# math

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If in the number 4315 the digits representing tens and thousands were interchanged, the value of the new number formed in relation to the original number would be...

A.unchanged
B.280 more
C.280 less
D.2970 more
E.2970 less

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New number: 1345

Subtract.

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so it is 4315-1345= 2970

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Yes.

Is it 2970 more or 2970 less?

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mm, less

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Right!

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thanks

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You're welcome.

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