Q: Why do you see the moon two hundred and fifty thousand miles away?

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Negative 225 thousand.

One hundred and forty-five (145)

The thousands on either side of the given number are: 9,104,000 - which is 523 away and 9,105,000 - which is 477 away. So the nearest thousand is 9,105,000

818 - 639 = 179 ■

two hundred and seventy 300-270=30

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