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December 5, 2013

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The answer is 520 by the way....

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well... i dont really understand that... you could just multiply all the numbers and get the answer...

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well... do you have to show the compatible numbers?

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sorrry it posted twice again...

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Your numbers are(3+8)+2 =(8+3)+2 (3+8)=11 11+2=13 then you have (8+3)=11 11+2=13 In associative property you will use the same numbers to make different problems. They will always have the same answer. Does that help at all?

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Your numbers are(3+8)+2 =(8+3)+2 (3+8)=11 11+2=13 then you have (8+3)=11 11+2=13 In associative property you will use the same numbers to make different problems. They will always have the same answer. Does that help at all?

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oh sorry... i posted twice... Your welcome... do you understand why it is associative?

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Yes

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Yes

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To win \$1 million, you must draw two cards whose sum is nine from a stack of cards numbered 1 through 10. After the first draw, you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for the second draw. What is the chance that your two cards will have a sum of nine? Please help me...

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