Basic College Mathematics (9th Edition)

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ISBN 10: 0321825535
ISBN 13: 978-0-32182-553-7

Chapter 1 - Whole Numbers - 1.2 Adding Whole Numbers - 1.2 Exercises: 92

Answer

$3,334,499$

Work Step by Step

Given the numbers $4, 3, 9$ we will use each digit at least two times to write the smallest seven-digit number possible. The smallest digit is $3$. We will place the smallest digit ($3$) in the three largest valued columns (one-million, 100-thousands, and ten-thousands). Next, we will place the second smallest digit ($4$) in the next two largest valued columns (thousands and hundreds). Next, we will place the third smallest digit ($9$) in the next two largest valued columns (tens and ones). $3334499$ Separate each group of three digits with a comma. $3,334,499$
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