3rd grade math

Ashton broke apart a number into 30+7. What number did she start with?

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  1. Im guessing 37. Can you go into more detail?

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  2. my answer is 37

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  3. You could add the 2 numbers she broke it down into to get the answer.

    30+7=37

    37

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  4. 31+7

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  5. 37

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  6. What number did he start with

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  7. 37

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  8. My answer for this question is the number 37

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  9. Hello it super easy! answer is 30+7=37

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  10. EASY its 37

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