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My nephew is in the 4th grade and asked me to help him answer this question: Two 6 digit numbers have three 8's and three 7's. no two digits are the same. write the numbers in standard form. and i am not sure how to solve it.

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I'm not sure I understand the problem -- but this is possibly the answer.

787,878 and 878,787

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it would be 878,787 and 787,878 because you go back and forth or it could be 777,888 and 888,777.

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