Posted by **Jara** on Tuesday, August 16, 2005 at 8:03pm.

ok, this is probably a crazy question...but i just want to double check my answer.

The question is: What is the least 9 digit number there is using the numbers 1-9 only one time.

???

123456789

good, that makes me feel better. I was thrown by it at first,,,,kept wondering if i was interpreting it correctly.

Thanks

nasaan na ang word problem? di ko makita!!!

Directions: Write a system of equations to solve the following word problem graphically and algebraically (using Gauss and using substitution).

AMC Homes, Inc. is planning to build three- and four-bedroom homes in a housing development called Chestnut Hills. Consumer demand indicates a need for three times as many four-bedroom homes as for three-bedroom homes. The net profit for each three bedroom home is $16,000 and from each four-bedroom home, $17,000. If AMC Homes must net a total profit of $13.2 million from this development, how many homes of each type should they build?

By stretching the intent of "9 digirs", using the 9 digits 1 - 9, how about 1/23456789

Stetching the meaning of 9 digit number, why not 1/23456789.

yeah, that would be 123456789. oh, well, that really didnt help you, you already got your answer.

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