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posted by manda .
How to solve integers?
You need to be more specific. What about integers?
Plesase repost with a particular problem, so we can respond more specifically. It depends on what the mathematical signs (+, , * or /) tell you to do.
I hope this helps a little. Thanks for asking.
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