# algebra

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"In a football game the ball was advanced 5 yards from the Juniors' 25-yard line towards the Seniors' goal, then 6 yards then 8 yards back, 13 yards forward, 5 yards back, and then 11 yards forward. What was the position of the ball after 3 plays? 4 plays? After 5? After 6?

What is a "play?"

Amal

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Oh! A play is move! I get it! No need to answer this one!

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