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I don't know what to do.
Hosni fave the following argument that (a+b)= a+b, for all intergers a and b. If the arqument is correct, suppy the missing reasons. If it is in correct explain why not.
(a+b)=(1)(a+b)
=(1)a+(1)b
=a+b
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