1) From the given digits, first compare the two numbers.

2) Write tens and ones at the top.

3) Greatest digit below tens and smallest digit below ones.

In this way greatest number is formed using two digits.

Follow the above procedure.

Now from these two digits 5 > 2 So 5 should be at tens place and 2 is at unit place.

5 2

So greatest number formed is 52.

Now from these two digits 9 > 3 So 9 should be at tens place and 3 is at unit place.

So greatest number formed is 93.

1) From the given digits, first compare the two numbers.

2) Write tens and ones at the top.

3) Smallest digit below tens and largest digit below ones.

In this way smallest number is formed using two digits.

Follow the above procedure.

Now from these two digits 2 > 9 So 2 should be at tens place and 9 is at unit place.

2 9

so the number formed is 29.

Now from these two digits 1 < 8 So 1 should be at tens place and 8 is at unit place.

So greatest number formed is 18.

Digits |
Greatest |
Smallest |

1) 3,4 |
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2) 6,7 |
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3) 7,8 |
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4) 5,9 |
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5) 6,2 |
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6) 1,4 |

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