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What is 1,112,433 rounded to the nearest ten thousand? A. 1,120,000 B. 1,200,000 C. 1,100,000 D. 1,110,000
1,112,433 rounded to the nearest ten thousand is: D. 1,110,000
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User: What is the difference between 2,386 and 7,000? A. 5,614 B. 9,386 C. 10,386 D. 4,614

User: What is 1,112,433 rounded to the nearest ten thousand? A. 1,120,000 B. 1,200,000 C. 1,100,000 D. 1,110,000

Weegy: 1,112,433 rounded to the nearest ten thousand is: D. 1,110,000
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Weegy: Answer: Gina's total bill is $231.
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Weegy: Numbers get smaller as you move to the left on the number line.
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Weegy: 6/7 and 60/70 of numbers contains like fractions.
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