Q: What number is in reverse alphabetical order?

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The number is 21978. 21978 when multiplied by 4 which gives the result 87912 which is in reverse order.

Yes, a prime number, P, has only two factor pairs: (1, P) and (P, 1) so immediately after 1, they reverse order.

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The digits are in reverse alphabetical order.. zero two three six seven one nine four five eight

because before calculater we used abacus.In abacus we learnt in reverse order

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The letters of the word, "sponged," appear in reverse alphabetical order.

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Eight is the only single digit number to be spelled with all of its letters in alphabetical order. Eighty is another such number, but it is two digits. I'm not sure if there are others.

Descending order is when you sort numbers from largest to smallest, or sort text from Z to A (in reverse alphabetical order), or dates from most recent to oldest. Usually we sort in ascending order, but sometimes we want to format in descending order.

With the exception of the number zero, the number 236719458 contains all the English names of the single-digit numbers in reverse alphabetical order.

The number is 21978. 21978 when multiplied by 4 which gives the result 87912 which is in reverse order.

no, because the 'i' is after the 'e'

The longest word in the English language which can be written in reverse alphabetical order is nine letters long.That word is Spoonfeed.Spoonfeed means "to feed with a spoon"

The order of prime factors is not relevant in factorisation.

When you sort numbers from largest to smallest, or sort text from Z to A (in reverse alphabetical order).

You write the number and then follow it with the digits in reverse order.