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5 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            3-digit, daily numbers 2011-09-29 From Margaret:I need the list/group for a raffle that would contain the combinations for a 3 digit (000-999) daily number. There would be 100 tickets sold with 10 3-digit numbers from each numerical group beginning from 000's, 100's 200's, 300's,...900's. No duplicates/replacement. What would be the list of possible combinations of each group of 100 tickets, keeping each different group/list of combinations in separate blocks of 100 tickets without duplication. So I could use 1 list of 100 this year and the next list of combos next year and so forth. Please help! Example: 000,197,245,367,445,569,618,777,842,964 What would be the possible lists of each 100 tickets? Thank youAnswered by Penny Nom.     Choose any three digits that are less than ten 2010-09-12 From cecille:my son have a homework, but i don't understand the question. here's the problem: choose any three digits that are less than ten. make all the two digit number you can using those three digits. add up the two digit numbers you created and divided by the sum of the original three digits. record your answer. then do it again with another three digits. write your observation about the answer.Answered by Claude Tardif.     Three digit odd numbers 2010-02-04 From Rebecca:Question from rebecca, a student: how many three digit odd numbers can be formed using the digits 1,2,3,4,5,6 without using any digit more than once?Answered by Tyler Wood.     3 digit combinatios from 0-9 2008-07-27 From Mike:I need to know all the possible 3 digit combinations using the numbers 0-9. The numbers can be repeated as long as they are not of the same set. Example for not repeating: 123 is ok but not 321 or 231,132,213, etc. Please help me. Thanks, Mike.Answered by Stephen La Rocque.     A 3 digit number divisible by 7 2004-05-03 From A student:We need to arrange 1,3 and 6 to form a 3 digit number that is divisible by 7.Answered by Penny Nom.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français