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    Question mathematical operations

    how it is possible to remove a three-digit number using two mathematical operations
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    Quote Originally Posted by hebby View Post
    how it is possible to remove a three-digit number using two mathematical operations
    I think you will have to be more explicit about what you think "remove a three-digit number" means.

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    well lets say u have a number 208323404.......and i want to get 208323.....what two mathematical operation would I use to remove the last 3 numbers.
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    Subtract 404, divide by 1000. Or divide by 1000 and take the greatest integer less than or equal to what you get.
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    sorry, it was supposed to be a general number N.
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