4th grade

i am a 5 digit number
my tens digit is the sum of my hundreds digit and thousands digit.
my tens digit is twice my ones digit.my hundreds digit is 1 more than zero.my thousands digit is seven times my hundreds digit.my ten thousands digit is the same as my ones digit.what is the mystery number.

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  1. Your hundreds digit = 1 ("1 more than zero"), so the thousands digit = 7. Then the tens digit = 1+7 = 8. Then the ones digit = 8/2 = 4.

    Can you take it from here?

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  2. 8,042,176 IN WORDS

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  3. 8 million, forty two thousand,one hundred seventy six

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  4. your fat

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  5. it is 3,414,620

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  6. what grade are all of you in like high school or collage you know i never got math intil now . do any of you like math?

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  7. yeah i love math its my favorite subject

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  8. 3 tens 14 ones =blank tens 4 ones.

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  9. 1. my ones is 2.my tens digit is 3.my hundred digit is 4 times the ones digit and my thousand digit is the sum of the ones and the tens digit,what number i am?

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