# CBSE Class 6 Answered

**Write all three digit numbers that can be formed using the digits 1, 2, 8, without repetition.**

Asked by Topperlearning User | 17 Apr, 2014, 01:52: PM

Expert Answer

Keeping 1 at ones place, numbers formed are 281 and 821.

Keeping 2 at ones place, numbers formed are 182 and 812.

Keeping 8 at ones place, numbers formed are 128 and 218.

So, the required numbers are 281, 821, 182, 812, 128, and 218.

Answered by | 17 Apr, 2014, 03:52: PM

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