Posted by **rod** on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 11:09pm.

*The number has 8 digits, none of the digits are the same.

*It is evenly divisible by 10.

*The value of one of the digits is 80,000

*The digit in the millions place is the largest 1-digit odd number.

*The digit in the thousands place is 3 less than the digit in the millions place.

*The digit in the hundreds place is half the digit in the thousands place.

*The digit in the tens place is 2 more than the digit in the ones place.

*The digit in the hundred thousands place is the largest single-digit factor of 25.

*The digit in the ten millions place is an even number.

WHAT IS THE DIGIT? _ _,_ _ _,_ _ _?

- math -
**Steve**, Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 10:39am
number: xxxxxxxx

divisible by 10: xxxxxxx0

one digit is 80,000: xxx8xxx0

millions is largest: x9x8xxx0

1000s - millions-3: x9x86xx0

100s = half of 1000s: x9x863x0

tens = ones+2: x9x86320

factor of 25: x9586320

1st digit even: 49586320

- math -
**jacquelynn**, Monday, October 26, 2015 at 8:51pm
I disagree because the Algebraic Notation Method has more complicated steps than the Expanded Notation Method

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- math - What mystery number has 8 digits; none of the digits are the same. It is ...
- math - The number has 8 digits none of the digits are the same 2. It is enemy ...
- 5th grade - The number has 7 digits It is evenly divisible by 100 The value of ...
- math - the number has 7 digits it is evenly divided by 00 the value of one of ...
- math - It is less than 100,000. it's an even number. it is divisible by 2,3, and...
- Mystery number - I have nine digits. The digit in the tens place is the value of...
- math - What is the number? It has seven digits. The value of one of its digits ...
- Math - Using the 9 digits, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7, 8 and 9 you can arrange four ...
- math - I am thinking of a two-digit number in which the sum of the digits is 9 ...
- math - What are the divisibility short cuts that help you out? Odd numbers can ...

More Related Questions