The positive five-digit integers that use each of the digits 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 exactly once are ordered from least to greatest. What is the integer in the list?

Guest May 25, 2020

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5! = 120 possible 5-digit numbers

The average value of each digit is =1+3+4+5+9=22/5=4.4

4.4 x 10,000th place x 120 permutations of 5 numbers=5,280,000 +528,000+52,800 + 5,280 +528 =5,866,608

Which is the same as multiplying: 528 x 11,111 =5,866,608.

Guest May 25, 2020

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Your question dosn't make sense as written ! What do you mean by " What is the integer in the list"?

12345 is one integer that goes from "least to greatest" !!

Guest May 25, 2020

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In my answer here, I also see that "**What is the integer in the list?**" doesn't make sense. I asked the asker (confusing) to clarify this mishap.

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May 25, 2020