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Use 6 digits from 1 through 7, each once, to make two 3-digit numbers whose sum is 670 and whose difference is 376. Give both 3-digit numbers in your answer.
If I knew what I had to do, I could solve this problem. I don't know how to begin, though!!!!

start by putting digits together and adding them up

523-147.

Start by solving w 670 as top number. There r only two sets of numbers that will give u the difference. 3 and 7 or 6 and 4.

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