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One of the shortest trees, the pygmy pine, grows to a height of 8 centimeters. One of the tallest trees, the redwood, can grow to a height of 110 meters. What is the difference, in centimeters, in the heights of these two trees.


Use the last post to convert 110 m to cm. Then subtract ??cm - 8 cm = xx cm difference.

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