# What is the difference between the largest and smallest natural three-digit numbers, all of which are different?

September 27, 2021 | education

| The largest three-digit number is 999. But it has duplicate digits. To find the largest natural three-digit number for which all digits are different, we will decrease the digits in the tens and ones digits. The smallest three-digit number is 111, but it has duplicate digits. To find the smallest natural three-digit number that does not have duplicate digits, we increase the digits in the tens and ones ranks. We’ll get 123.

987-123 = 864

As you can see, the first answer.

Answer: 864.

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