It's me again. This weeks homework was a bit challenging: Place each number below in one of the blanks to create the most meaningful and realistic story possible. 8, 4, 2, 18, 1, 9 The sum of the digits in my four-digit address is (blank). The largest digit is an (blank) and is at the end of the number. The smallest digit is a (blank) and is at the beginning. If I add the middle (blank) digits, I get the same sum as if I add the end digits. This sum, (blank), is half the sum of the whole address. The third number, which is (blank), is half of the fourth number. Neyra Hi Neyra, The sum of the digits in my four-digit address is (probably a large enough number). The largest digit is an (large one digit number) and is at the end of the number. The smallest digit is a (small number) and is at the beginning. If I add the middle (the number of digits is four so this must be two) digits, I get the same sum as if I add the end digits. This sum, (so the first number to be filled in is even, and this is its half), is half the sum of the whole address. The third number, which is (not many choices left), is half of the fourth number. Claude Go to Math Central