Ms Nickel has a jar of candy on her desk. Jessica thinks there are 3,498 pieces of candy in the jar. There are actually 4,182 pieces. What is the difference between Jessica's guess and the actual number of pieces of candy?

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when they ask for the difference they are asking to subtract them. In this case we need to find out how many pieces of candy she was off by  lets do the math:) 4,182 - 3,498 = 684 this means that Jessica's guess was off by 684 pieces of candy.  your answer? 684  MARK AS BRIANLIEST! thanks:)

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