# digit

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## Synonyms for digit

### a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding body part in other vertebrates

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MillerCoors above premium STRs grew double digits, driven by Redd's, Fortune and Smith & Forge.
Pelvic digit as a rare cause of chronic hip pain and functional impairment: a case report and review of the literature.
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This argument can be easily generalised to prove that any natural number is divisible by 3 or 9 if and only if the sum of the digits is divisible by 3 or 9 respectively.
We first note that in this article, the phrase the final sum of all the digits of a number appears many times.
Here is a poem that captures the first 134 digits of [pi] with somewhat better efficiency.
During this time, local calls can be made by dialing either seven or 10 digits.
In areas of automatic document analysis and recognition, the correct interpretation of digits is very important.
Most people expect that digits would appear in the various columns of a number in a random fashion (i.
Let its call the sequence mentioned above as Smarandache Deconstructive sequence of the first kind (SDS-1) because a similar Deconstructive sequence can be constructed by sequentially repeating the digits 0 to 9 as follows [4].
The last time the county's unemployment rate was in double digits was the fourth quarter 2004.
The new prime is a whopping 7,816,230 digits long, making it more than half-a-million digits longer than the previous record holder.
Benford's Law predicts the occurrence of digits in large sets of numbers.
Briefly, the 43-digit binary result, representing the 43 spacers (where 1=positive, 0=negative), was divided into 14 sets of 3 digits (spacers 1-42) plus 1 additional digit (spacer 43).
In this test, the subject is asked to memorize a series of digits displayed on a computer screen at 1-second intervals and then enter the digits into the computer in the correct order within 10 seconds.
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