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please!

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    Rule #1 - Show your work when posting a problem. You CAN'T have nothing. 80 + x + y = 90 How many positive integers can you use to solve that equation? x = 1, y = 9 Others?

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    2

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    x = 2, y = 8 Others?

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    1

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    Try using actual words. I don't know what you mean when all you have to say is "1". We are creating triangles. So far, we are up to 2. That's more than one. Now, answer the original question. You have what you need.

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    whats the original question

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    ?? Please read the problem statement you submitted. That's always the original question.

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