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Is the product of 4 x 8,827 less than 36,000

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Is the product of 4 x 8,827 less than 36,000? How do you know?

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Or, since 36000 = 4x9000, I'd say 4x8827 is less..

You'd find out by multiplying 4 x 8,827..

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