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 I have 15,000. Who has 11,000 more than me? 26,000 I have 40,000. Who has me divided by 5 and then subtract 1,000? 7,000 I have 38,000. Who has half of me? 19,000 I have 19,000. Who has the sum of my digits times 4? 40,000 I have 41,000. Who has the sum of my digits times 400, then subtract 300? 1,700 I have 34,000. Who has half of me and then subtract 7,000? 10,000 I have 12,000. Who has 3 times me and then subtact 2,000? 34,000 I have 23,000. Who has the sum of my digits times 7,000? 35,000 I have 26,000. Who has the product of my first two digits times 1,000? 12,000 I have 10,000. Who has me times 4, and then add 1,000? 41,000 I have 4,000. Who has me times 9, and then add 2,000? 38,000 I have 35,000. Who has me divided by 5, then subtract 4,000? 3,000 I have 8,000. Who has me times 3? 24,000 I have 18,000. Who has me divided by 3 then subtract 2,000? 4,000 I have 31,000. Who has 12,000 more than me? 43,000 I have 7,000. WHo has 4 times me and then add 3,000? 31,000 I have 1,700 Who has the sum of my digits times 1,000? 8,000 I have 42,000. Who has half of me, and then subtract 3,000? 18,000 I have 3,000. Who has me times 10 and then subtract 1,000? 29,000 I have 24,000. Who has half of me, and then subtract 6,000? 6,000 I have 29,000. Who has half of 1,000 more than me? 15,000 I have 43,000. Who has 20,000 less than me? 23,000 I have 14,000. Who has half of me, and then time 6? 42,000 I have 30,000. Who has me divided by 6, and then add 9,000? 14,000 I have 6,000. Who has me times 4, and then add 6,000? 30,000