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Q: Type 6 numbers using the digits 4, 9, 7. Type them in order of smallest to largest. (hint: all three digits must be used and do not repeat any of the numbers)
A: The 6 numbers are 479, 497 ,749,794,947,974, which is in order of smallest to largest.
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Updated 9/8/2014 10:41:42 PM
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The 6 numbers are 479, 497 ,749,794,947,974, which is in order of smallest to largest.
Confirmed by jeifunk [9/8/2014 11:58:01 PM]

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