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What is the greatest number which can be made using each of the digits 5,3,1,4,7? 75,431 75,413 74,531 77,431
75,431 is the greatest number which can be made using each of the digits 5,3,1,4,7
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User: How many feet are in 96 inches? 10 6 8 4

User: What is the greatest number which can be made using each of the digits 5,3,1,4,7? 75,431 75,413 74,531 77,431

Weegy: 75,431 is the greatest number which can be made using each of the digits 5,3,1,4,7
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One foot is 12 inches, therefore 96 inches is equal to 8 feet.
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