What is the difference of the smallest three digit composite number and the highest two digit number?
The smallest three digit composite number is 100, and the largest two digit number is 99. 100-99=1.
What is the sum of the smallest prime number and what is the greatest composite number less that ten explain your answer?
Referring to only positive integers, the smallest composite number is 4 (2 x 2). A composite number is any number that is the product of two or more prime numbers. *Referring to all integers, it would be the negative number -9, (3 x -3), which is the also the arithmetically lowest one-digit number. However, under normal definitions, negative numbers are not considered prime or composite numbers.
What is the difference between the largest 4 digit numbers with repetition and the smallest 3 digit number with repetition?
What is the difference between largest number with no repetition and smallest number with no repetition?
The largest number with no repetition of digits (if that is what is meant) is 9876543210. The "smallest" number with no repetition is the negative of that if we allow negative numbers so the difference is zero. If by "smallest" we mean non-negative number, the smallest number with no repetition is 0 so the difference is the original number, 9876543210. If by "smallest" we mean smallest positive number, the smallest positive number without repeating digits…