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The product of 1000 whole numbers is 1000. What is the largest possible value the sum of these numbers can have?

A)1000 B)1992 C)1993 D)1999

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    Think about what each of the numbers must be.

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    I have the same question and I have thought about each of the numbers but still don't have an answer. Can you pls provide and explain.

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