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On three consecutive passes a football team gains 10 yards, lose 36 yards and gain 41 yards. What is the total net yards.

i truely don't understand

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51 yards is the answer i think! :)

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Not 51!

10 -36 + 41 = ?

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15 yards gained

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aeisha

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10-36=-26,41-26=15

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