A nonzero digit is a numerical digit that is not equal to zero. A digit is a numerical symbol that represents an integer from 0 to 9, so a nonzero digit is any digit from 1 to 9.
A nonzero multiple is any multiple that is not zero. For example, the nonzero multiples of 4 would include 4, 8, 12, 16 and so on.
A nonzero number is any number that is not equal to zero. This includes both positive and negative numbers as well as fractions and irrational numbers.
The Julian date code represents the last digit of the year and the day of the year when read from left to right. These codes are used to indicate the date when a food item was packaged.
Round a number to the place value of an underlined digit by leaving the underlined digit unchanged or increasing it by one and then changing all the digits to the right of it into zeros. Determine if the underlined digit...
By looking at the 10th digit on the Vehicle Identification Number sequence, one is able to determine the year of the vehicle, explains Jalopnik.com. The code used for the year the car was manufactured has varied since 19...
The value of an underlined digit in a given number expresses how much that digit is worth. To determine the digit’s value, multiply it by its place value. The underlined figure tells how many sets of the place value ther...