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Mrs. Karla thank you for your help. but I don't understand your answer. The question is again: Tenecia is thinking of a number with 8 place values. The digit in the thousands place is 5. The digits in the hundred thousands and hundreds place are both an odd number greater than 7. The digit in each other place value is one less than the digit in the thousands place. What is the number?
Thank you for your cooperation

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    --,---,--- is the way we will write the number. The only odd single-digit number greater than 7 is 9. That goes in two of the places. The thousands place gets a 5.
    So we can write the number as
    --,9-5,9--. All remaining blank digits have to be 4.
    So the number is
    44,945,944

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