2. Who am I? (a) I am an 8-digit number. 100,00,000 (6) The last two digits are the predecessor of the smallest 3-digit number.

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2. Who am I?
(a) I am an 8-digit number. 100,00,000
(6) The last two digits are the predecessor of the smallest 3-digit number.
(c) The digit in the lakh place is twice the digit in the thousand place and
multiple of 4.
(d) The digit in ten thousand place and ten lakh place is same, and is equal to
the difference between last two digits.
(e) The digit in the crore place is equal to the number of days in a week.
(f) The digit in the hundred place is your class.​

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Ruby 4 weeks 2021-09-22T20:42:09+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-09-22T20:43:27+00:00
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