6th grade math

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If a card contains the number 47229 and mrs.s picks a 7, the card is worth 7000 points. If she picks a 2 its worth 220 point.

Ashley has these cards

49298 83483 43281

If mrs.s pick a 3 how many points will she have? What digit will make he have the highest score possible?

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    3 will be three thousand, see the last number

    4 will be the biggest score...figure out why.

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    what I don't get it

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    looks like the point value is determined by the "place holder" value of the number.

    so for 3
    no points from first card
    3000 + 3 from the second card
    3000 from the third
    for a total of 6003

    picking 8 will yield the highest number of points

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    thank you

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    What digit does she hope the teacher will pull next week so she will have he highest possible score?

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