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help please whats 5+5?

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10
are you sure?
wait its 7

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im pretty sure, i didnt fail 1st grade so im sure
i didnt either:/
i learned this, this year!
If you have real questions, ask them, if not, please don't crowd the site with these ones.
Can you show me, how you would approach this?
ok people dont get angry
oops i ment 5+5(2x-45) it didnt copy and paste the rest);
ummm wat grade yu in?
9th....
okay, distribute the 5 to 2x and -45 then add
@ELEEWS33 thank you(:
np
lol i dont know how i passed algebra, i would help but idk how to do it
@Josuelito i feel you, im terrible at it
lol, im already a year behind, and geometry is hard and boring gud luck to yu next year
@Josuelito haha i am too!(x and same to you (:
lol yu cool ppl ;)
@Josuelito message me?(:
YEAH ;)

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