3rd grade math

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Write in expanded form 17,045
17,000 + 40 + 5 ? is this right

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    It looks good to me.

  • 3rd grade math -

    10,000 + 7,000 + 40 + 5

    Be sure to separate the 17,000 into its parts.

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    oops. I didn't catch that.

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    59,8111

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