Digit


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Digit

An obsolete unit of length equivalent to 0.75 inches.
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It is the twelfth prime number, and its two digits are both odd.
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2) If the digit to be dropped is less than 5, leave the last remaining digit as is.
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Again adding the last two digits, we get 8+4=12, but write down ONLY THE 2.
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He realised that the log table users, he and his fellow astronomers, must be looking up the logs of numbers that started with the digit 1 much more commonly than other digits.
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In this paper, we show that these properties are not intrinsic to the number nine; in fact, they are true for the largest digit in any base b.
2) Extract two digits from each word ("first digit" and "second digit") like this:
More advanced Speech Grammar Editor (SGE) is provided for developing grammars where the user's answers are more complex than a single phrase, for example, a grammar used to recognize the Lithuanian digit "du" (Fig.