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What is the difference between 2,386 and 7,000? A. 5,614 B. 9,386 C. 4,614 D. 10,386
The difference between 2,386 and 7,000 is 4,614. 7000 - 2386 = 4614
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The difference between 2,386 and 7,000 is 4,614.
7000 - 2386 = 4614
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