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Observe the table of values. The values in Column C are determined by the values in Columns A and B. Determine the missing value in Column C.

A B C
-3 1 8
7 5 24
19 9 280
41 21 1240
0.75 0.2 ?

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    Ok, I keep observing the values in the columns and nothing is happening.
    (Gee, I hate these guessing games, not my strength)

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