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My question is this: Is it reasonable to say that the answer for 63*11 lies between 60*10 and 65*15. To which number do you think the answer is closer? I say it is closer to 65*15 is this right?
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B.B.

I disagree with you.
Although 65 is closer to 63, 10 is a lot closer to 11.
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Thank you.
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You're welcome.
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