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Using four different digits, what is the least sun you can get when you add two 2-digit numbers? Write your problem.

  • 3rd grade math -

    you want the largest digits in the ones place (Why?).

    what about
    13+24?

  • 3rd grade math -

    10 + 23 = 33

  • 3rd grade math -

    1,2,4,9=12

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