6 grade math

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Can you help me with this integer problem?
-8+6+(-10)+(-2)*(-10)
is it 8????

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    yes it is 8....

  • 6 grade math -

    Yes. Im in 6th grade also and i did intergers last month and yes you are correct! Good Job

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    WHAT SCHOOL DO YOU GO TO

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