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my four factors add up to 48. I am a number between30 and 40. What number am I?

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    lets see if you can answer this

    1)3c+9d+2c-d+10=___________

    2)-4a-15=33 what is A?

    3)2x-3y=9





    Don't panic its easy once you get the hang of it OK!!!!!!!!!!!

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