anonymous
  • anonymous
There are 28,708 fans at the first basketball game of the season. There are 8,993 fans at the second basketball game of the season. How many more fans would need to attend the second basketball game to have the same number of fans as the first game?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Again, simple subtraction. 28,708-8.993
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops 28,708-8,993
anonymous
  • anonymous
19,715

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Try removing all the useless words to get to what you need to do. You want to find the difference between 28,708 and 8,993 for this one, so you just subtract, like you did.
Koikkara
  • Koikkara
\(28,708~-~8,993~= 19,715\) @RedRoseDawn \(Nice~to~Meet~you~!!\)

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