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Explain if this is a true statement
56<48<35.

A.Is this statement true or false?
B.Prove your answer.

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Is 58 less than 48?

Is 48 less than 35?

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yes

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Thank You Ms.Sue

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Hmm! I'd rather have 58 dollars than 48 dollars. 58 is MORE than 48.

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