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Q: What is the largest number of eight digits with one of its digits 0 and remains the same when its digits are reversed?

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The no. is 35.

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The largest digits number with only 2 digits alike is 99

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The answer to the stated problem is this : 27 has the digits 2 and seven which equal 9 reversed 27 is 72, and 72 + 9 = 81 :)

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The original number is 58.

The largest number with three digits is 999.

The largest digit is 9.

By rearranging the digits, it is 9861.