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John, Mary, and Carol are putting a puzzle together. John has found 35 pieces and Mary has found 28. If there are 100 pieces in the puzzle, how many pieces are left for Carol to find? 37 63 65 72
28+35 = 63. 100-63 = 37, so there are 37 pieces left for Carol to find.
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