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    Suppose a moon in another solar system has a diameter greater than triton's and less than europas how many different digits could the diameter have in the hundred place? what are they?

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    4 digits. 6,7,8 & 9. The range of possiblities are 262 numbers from greater than 1680 and less than 1944. That includes 1681 to 1700, all 1700, all 1800, and 1900-1943. The digits in the hundreds column are therefore 6,7,8 & 9

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