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Antonio said, "To solve 506-288, I can think of 5 hundreds as 50 tens." How might this help him subtract?

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1. It will only help him if the number 100 is new to him. Otherwise I would adivice him to compute 500 - 300 and then add 6 and add 12, so the answer is 218.

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2. 218

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