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posted by Nehemiah .
How can you order three whole numbers with different numbers of digits without comparing the digits? Give an example. I think that I can use the same number with different place numbers like: 4, 44, 444; I don't have to compare numbers. Is this right? If not please help me.( 5th grade math)

You, are correct, order is not possible with identical elements.

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