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I NEED A MATH PROBLEM

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  1. alice_smith
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    NOT A HARD ONE

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  2. aroub
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    find the slope and the given line of (2,5) (8,6)

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  3. Napervillian
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    what counts as a hard one? can i give you a limit or integral problem?

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  4. elizated
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    sounds hard...

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  5. alice_smith
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    tooo hard man

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  6. paulzord
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    what is 1+2+3...+98+99+100=?

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  7. aroub
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    lol alice answer mine then

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  8. alice_smith
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    for get it god i just do mine and a math book

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    lol

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  10. aroub
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    lol ok! ;D

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  11. alice_smith
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    thanx any way

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  12. paulzord
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    i thought my question was easy enough

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  13. Napervillian
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    lol, it is! if you know the pairing trick

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  14. paulzord
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    i thought, i know, addition is easy? why not add all the numbers to 100

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    :D all my buddies are here! now if only gianfanco would come...

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  16. Napervillian
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    lol, what are we not enough?! ;P

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  17. elizated
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    haha naw you guys are great!

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  18. paulzord
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    its 901

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    ?

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    (10x1 + 10x2 +...+ 10x9) = 10(1 + 2 ...9)

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    lol, are you sure? it could be 90210.... you have to be sure...

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  22. paulzord
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    no, its not the post code for beverly hills

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  23. Napervillian
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    ooohhhh, i get what you are talking about now. lol.

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  24. Napervillian
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    i think the answer is much higher than that though

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  25. leolvcat123qw
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    simplify 20m^-4n^-5/2mn^-2p^-3

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  26. paulzord
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    this dude has an explanation here - http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/57919.html

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  27. Napervillian
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    the answer should be 5050. just did it on paper.

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    you're crazy

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    lol, all you have to do is match the numbers. 99 with 1, 98 with 2, etc. and then count how many pairs you have. add whatever is left over and there is your answer.

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  30. paulzord
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    hm, turns out i read the wrong one...

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  31. mknstr
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    what comes after 5?

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  32. elizated
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    a question mark

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