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Q: Can a number with a 3 in the tens place be greater than a number with an 8 in the tens place?

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No solution.If it's greater than 3400, then its hundreds place must be '4'.Then (4) times (its tens place) = 2. There is no integer that can go in the tens place and make this true.

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71. 111 (seventy-one and one hundred eleven thousandths) is a number greater than seventy and less than eighty. It has the digit 1 in the units place, tenths place, hundredths place, and thousandths place.

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five tens greater than 90= 50 + 90= 140

The only number that satisfies all three of these conditions is 48.

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The 5 in the tens place is 50. The 5 in the ones place (known as the units place in Britain) is only a 5. Therefore, the 50 is ten times greater than the 5.

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