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**Hint:**We have to write the numeral for the largest and smallest possible numbers made from the given group of digits.Numeral is a figure, symbol, or group of figures or symbols denoting a number.

To find the numeral for the largest and smallest possible numbers made from each of the given group of digit, we first need to form the numbers with the digits and then find the largest and smallest between them.

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We need to derive the numeral for the largest and smallest possible numbers made from each of the given group of digit.

The given digits are \[8,0,6,2,3,7\] .

So to find the largest and smallest numbers formed by these digits, we first need to form the numbers with the digits and then find the largest and smallest between them.

To find the largest number we need to arrange the digits in ascending order and to find the smallest number we need to arrange the digits in descending order.

So we get the largest number arrange the digits in ascending order as \[876320\]

We have the smallest number by arranging the digits in descending order as \[023678\] .

**Note:**A numeral in the broadest sense is a word or phrase that describes a numerical quantity. Some theories of grammar use the word "numeral" to refer to cardinal numbers that act as a determiner to specify the quantity of a noun.

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