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What is the sum of 3142,6328, and 4743 to the nearest thousand?

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    The first step is to add those numbers up. Let me know what you get and I'll tell you what to do from there.

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    31 426 328 + 4 743 = 31 431 071 = 31,431,000

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    I'm pretty sure she meant 3142, 6328, & 4743.

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    That's possible.

    3 142 + 6 328 + 4 743 = 14 213 = 14,000

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    14213

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