# Math

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Hai take 12 minutes to walk to school. He wants to get there.15 mins early to meet with his lab partner. What time shod he leave his house is school starts at 8:10 am?

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12 + 15 = 27

8:10 = 7:70

7:70 - :27 = 7:43

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