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 December 9, 2013
 Abbot and Costello Costello is wrong. When you multiply 7 by 4 it is 28, not 7 by 14. Costello is wrong because when dividing you can't hold a number. Also when he added 14 he counted the one's place correct but not the ten's place correct. Another set of numbers you could use it 8x15=48. You could find this out very easily. The problem would be set up like this: XY+X=Z X= the multiplier Y= the ones digit X and Y have to be one of the digits 1-9. For Example: X=8 Y=5 8x5+8=48 8x15=48     ` ` Article posted September 24, 2011 at 06:39 PM • comment • Reads 3401 • Return to Blog List Add a Comment Posted Comments

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