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56 × 12 = 672. How should you adjust this answer 672 to determine 57 × 12? a) The answer increases by 1 b) The answer increases by 57 c) The answer increases by 56 d) The answer increases by 12

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Answer to a math question 56 × 12 = 672. How should you adjust this answer 672 to determine 57 × 12? a) The answer increases by 1 b) The answer increases by 57 c) The answer increases by 56 d) The answer increases by 12

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57\times12=684=672+12 the answer increases by 12

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