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On three consecutive passes, a football team gains 8 yards, lose 26 yards, and gain 16 yards. The total net yardage is how many yards.

8-26+16=32 yards. Is this right.

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    Nope.

    The team gained 24 yards and lost 26 yards. In other words the team lost yardage.

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    I somehow got 34...

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