You all do realize 1 match stick begins at the red tip and goes to the just before the next red tip? For instance the sides of both zero’s and the 8 are made with two match sticks??? The highest answer possible moving only TWO matchsticks cannot change the base from thousands. The correct answer is 9800 moving only two because you cannot leave any number ununiform and making the second digit a 9 would require moving a total of three matchsticks.

9909

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50051

Thanks Aavi for your reply. You are on right track but 50051 still isn’t the correct answer !

50091

Nope, keep trying 🙂

9999

Well Try, but its incorrect. Keep Tyring 🙂

8003

Good try but its not correct.

5 raise to power of 1108

98118

Oops, its greater than this !!

59001

Good try but its greater than this !

Moving only 2 sticks.. Not understanding g your comments.. Pls. Explain

Yes , you need to move only 2 sticks or rearrange the sticks. Hint – its a 6 digit number

90091

115006

151108.. Done

You are very close but still not correct 🙂

511081

Comment pls

Pls. Comment about 511081

Still incorrect – keep trying 🙂

611082

611081

851110

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50031

Your answer is wrong

81105^11 = 9.9890437×10^53

You all do realize 1 match stick begins at the red tip and goes to the just before the next red tip? For instance the sides of both zero’s and the 8 are made with two match sticks??? The highest answer possible moving only TWO matchsticks cannot change the base from thousands. The correct answer is 9800 moving only two because you cannot leave any number ununiform and making the second digit a 9 would require moving a total of three matchsticks.