# Transposition Error Divide By 9

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It works only upto the difference of 81.The method I did algebraically takes into consideration such other cases. Since b and a are one-digited, automatically some numbers are not to be considered...5. You've transposed a number whose digits are 4 units apart. 62 - 26 = 36. 51 - 15 - 36. Since the resulting error is always divisible by 9, accountants use this fact to locate the misentered number. weblink

Something you do with that 27 tells you which two digits may be transposed.Does anyone know? Book Review: The Master and Magarita by Mikhail Bu... Count number of 0 in 100.... Here ...

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If b is at tens place, and number of 1 in 1111...=2, then a is at thousandths place...That's all.So, knowing the difference between the final and the initial..1. A transposition error occurs when you leave a zero off a number or reverse a number. It certainly saves time if you only have to look for two specific digits instead of checking every numeral in the column. So, best not to transpose altogether... :) life_sucks Member Posts: 232Joined: 04 Dec 2014Location: 22.5148038° E, 88.36885269999993° N E-mail life_sucks Top Re: Not Homework by vivian maxine on January 22nd,

I definitely had the second step wrong and shall clarify later. No, I'm not just claiming your way. We can only predict the various possibilities... Types Of Accounting Error Please forgive the oversimplicity of this but, when it comes to math, I am an "oversimple" person.

Thank you again, ls. Your transposition is two digits that are 7 units apart. 81 - 18 = 63.Example: The case that started all this is my neighbor's problem of being off by $45. 10 Thursday, December 10, 2009 Quick Tip - Transposition error Have a transposition error? It really good for all accountant who provides this services.

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