Q: What is the least possible sum of two 4-digit numbers?

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Add the two greatest possible four digit numbers. 9999 + 9999

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3 and 61 is one possible answer.

I guess you want three odd numbers that, when added, give a sum of 30. That is not possible: if you add three odd numbers, the sum will always be odd.

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It is not possible to express something as a sum of whole numbers with no common factor. All whole numbers have at least 1 as a common factor.

Not unless at least one of the numbers is zero.

The least of the three numbers is 199.

No

There's no product or sum until you have at least two numbers.

No, it is impossible.

Not possible in whole numbers

We need at least two numbers to find a sum. If that's 34 and 84, the sum is 118.

No, it is not. Those are just a random group of numbers. A sum is an amount resulting from the adding of at least two numbers.

5678 + 8765 = 14443 would yield the largest possible sum.

A "sum" is a process that involves at least two numbers, and a "product" is also a process that involves at least two numbers. Your question talks about a 'sum' and a 'product', so we expect to find at least four numbers to work with. But there are only two numbers in the whole question. So, to put it gently, we find the question to be somewhat deficient, and lacking an answer.

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