By Ward Johnson

Ben will get suggestion from the Care Bears while his happiness at beginning 3rd grade is marred by means of the category bully.

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The greatest 4-digit number with all even digits ____ ____ ____ ____ Arrange the digits to make the largest and smallest differences. The first set of digits makes the minuend. The second set of digits makes the subtrahend. Write each problem and solve. E. 2,8,5 Largest difference 4,9,8 – Smallest difference – F. 3,7,1 Largest difference 7,6,4 – Smallest difference – © Carson-Dellosa Compare your answers with your partner. Who has the larger difference? Who has the smaller difference? Star the best answers.

102,345 C. 10,234 D. 986 E. largest: 742 – 128 = 614; smallest: 247 – 218 = 29 F. largest: 953 – 468 = 485; smallest: 539 – 486 = 53 Page 31 A. 6,987 B. 135 C. 9,876 D. 8,642 E. largest: 852 – 489 = 363; smallest: 852 – 849 = 3 F. largest: 731 – 467 = 264; smallest: 713 – 674 = 39 Page 32 Part A Circle 1: even numbers only Circle 2: numbers less than 50 only Circles 1 and 2 overlapping: even numbers less than 50 Part B Circle 1: odd numbers only Circle 2: number having same digits only Circle 3: numbers between 20 and 40 Circles 1 and 2 overlapping: odd numbers having same digits only Circes 1 and 3 overlapping: odd numbers between 20 and 40 Circles 1, 2, and 3 overlapping: n umbers between 20 and 40 having same digits Circles 1, 2, and 3 overlapping: o dd numbers between 20 and 40 having same digits Page 33 Answers will vary.