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what is $975.005 minus $299.500? ik im dumb lol

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    too dumb to use a calculator?

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    dude of course i tried that i said im dumb im not an idiot

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    so what did you get? You must not have trusted your calculator to show up here asking for help.

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    its not that i just wanted to know what it was in expanded form and im in 3rd grade so

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    what grade r u in steve?

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    The answer (as you know) is $675.505

    That would be

    600 + 70 + 5 + 0.5 + 0.005

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    thanks!:)

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    BTW, I was a math major in college. Your original question gave no indication you wanted something in expanded form. If you want a good answer, you need to ask a good question. :-)

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