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The sum of the digits of the number 2004 is 6 (i.e., 2 + 0 +

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The sum of the digits of the number 2004 is 6 (i.e., 2 + 0 + 0 + 4 = 6). How many whole numbers from 1000 to 9999 will give you 6, when you add up the digits? Explain your strategy for ensuring you have all the possible answers.

Thank you for using the site. I'll be happy to help you with this. It will take a bit of time to work out the solution and explain it. I will get it posted for you as quickly as I can.

I had two questions i'm not sure why it didn't upload, this is the other oneKelly is a recipe tester and has been making muffins. When she uses 2 eggs and 5 cups of flour the mixture is too dry and the muffins are too crumbly when cooked. When she adjusts her recipe to use 3 eggs and 5 cups of flour, the mixture is too wet and the cooked muffins are too flat. Suggest 3 different ways that Kelly could adjust her recipe. Provide reasoning for each of your answer.

I'm not sure. With the first problem, each step gets longer than the previous one as there are more possibilities. (You'll see what I mean when you see the solution.)

Perhaps something like that. I'm on the last part of the first problem, and then I need to check the answer using something like Excel just to be sure that I didn't miss a combination.

For the recipe problem, I can see how she can adjust the recipe, but I'm not completely sure how your class expects you to approach this. Do you have a similar problem as an example?

I hope that this is at least close to what your instructor is looking for. If you get any feedback about it, please feel free to return here and let me know. I'll do what I can to make any necessary adjustments.