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Good morning children now you know how to count till ten thousand let's learn more of counting which is the smallest single digit number which is the counting number it is 1 and which is the greatest single digit number it has to be 9 now let us set 1 to 9 what do we get it is equal to 10 so we get 10 which is the smallest two digit number now which is the greatest two digit number we can form it by using the greatest number or the greatest digit which is nine so for two digit use 9 two times we get 99 and what is 99 plus 1 it is equal to hundred so we get the smallest 1 2 3 3 digit number so 100 is the smallest 3 digit number if we keep going like this which is the greatest three digit number it has to be 3 times 9 written so 9 9 9 now again if we add 1 to it what should we get we should get the smallest four digit number let's add 9 plus 110 carry over 1 again 9 plus carry over 10 again 9 plus carry over 110 so we get 1,000 and as we said 1,000 is the smallest four-digit number continuing which is the greatest four-digit number it has to be nine nine nine nine four times nine written now add one to it what do we get we get 9 plus 1 10 here 1 goes above again 9 + 1 10 1 goes here again 10 1 goes here 10 so we get the smallest 5 digit number which is 10,000 so 10,000 is the smallest 5 digit number similarly the greatest five digit number should be 9 written 5 times so...