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a) Forming the smallest six digit number with different digits. Reverse the number and add the sum of the two numbers.

b)Forming the smallest five digit number with different digits. Reverse the number and add the sum of the two numbers.

  • maths- urgent -

    what can be hard to this? You obviously want 102345 as the smallest 6-digit number with no repeated digits.

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    sir, what about b) part

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    oh, please. It's the same as (a), but with 5 digits instead of 6.

  • maths- urgent -

    Thank You Sir,
    But when we know 1023 are five digit no. then what after that, i mean to say that---------
    Reverse the number and add the sum of the two numbers.
    This part
    plse sir, i shall be thankful to you

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    10234 is the smallest 5-digit number
    43201 is the reverse
    53435 is the sum

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