# I have 18 ones, 15 hundreds, 15 tens, and 8 thousands. What number am I?  Maxine

# Solution-

1. Start by ones, the value given is 18 of ones. So, 1. Proceed with 15 of hundreds. Which will give us, 1. The next step is 15 of tens. Thus, 1. We have 8 of thousands. Therefore, The sum of all the answers will give us, Therefore, 18 ones, 15 hundreds, 15 tens, and 8 thousand will give us 9668.

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Question - I have 180 ones, 152 hundreds, 11 tens, and 2 thousands. What number am I?

Solution-

1. Start by ones, the value given is 180 of ones. So, 1. Proceed with 152 of hundreds. Which will give us, 1. The next step is 11 of tens. Thus, 1. We have 2 of thousands. Therefore, The sum of all the answers will give us, Therefore,180 ones, 152 hundreds, 11 tens, and 2 thousand will give us 17490.

Question- I have 11 ones, 12 hundred, 13 tens, and 6 thousand. What number am I?

Solution-

1. Start by ones, the value given is 11 of ones. So, 1. Proceed with 12 of hundreds. Which will give us, 1. The next step is 13 of tens. Thus, 1. We have 6 of thousands. Therefore, The sum of all the answers will give us, Therefore, 11 ones, 12 hundred, 13 tens, and 6 thousand will give us 7341.

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