Calling it "17-digit number" is just fine.
The name "24-digit number" is just fine.The name "24-digit number" is just fine.The name "24-digit number" is just fine.The name "24-digit number" is just fine.
There are no three-digit numbers that equal 17. In fact, there are no numbers with more or less than two digits that equal 17. In fact, in the whole infinite supply of numbers, there is only one single number that equals 17. That number is . . . . . . . 17 .
A number with 18 zeros is a quintillion so a 20 digit number would be 10's of quintillion's.
999 is the largest three-digit number that is divisible by 17. However, 986 is the largest three-digit number that is evenly divisible (no remainder) by 17. 986 / 17 = 58
No, it is a number. Each of the individual symbols are called digits, in this case, "1" and "7".
It is called a 28-digit number!
If your asking in a digit it's called a 4 digit number and it is the smallest 4 digit number
There are 17 such numbers.
It is called a twelve-digit number. Its exact name will depend on the number.
The smallest 4 digit number divisible by 50 is 1000, so to have a remainder of 17, it is 1000 + 17 = 1017.
A 22 digit number is called a quintillion.