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what number is 10,000 less than 337,676 in number sense?

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  1. 327,676

    posted by heather
  2. Right.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. 20,000

    posted by emani
  4. What number is 1 million greater than 337,676?

    posted by Destiny
  5. What is 10,000 less than 337,676

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  6. What number is 10000 less tan 337676

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