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    Well wheni did the math i -15.6 i could be wrong but i hope that helps

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    in step 1 he changed -4.4 to +4.4 for no reason at all Additive inverse makes no sense

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    after that the reason column was ok but the answer is wrong beacuse he changed the sign in step 1

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    -8.3 - 4.4 + 9.2 + 3.7 = -12.7 + (9.2 + 3.70 = -12.7 + 12.9 can you finish it off?

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    you the commutative property now if you like = 12.9 - 12.7 = 0.2

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    * use

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