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What's the quickest way for an ant to go from the ground to the tree trunk?

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    Solve your math problems correctly, and you'll find your answer.

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    I don't k ow how and I have a huge report to do so I need the answer please

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    If you don't know how to do the math problems, I guess you take a zero. I hope you find out how to do them tomorrow.

    Or -- you could post a couple of your problems here and I'll be glad to help you understand them.

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    If you don't want to tell me I understand thanks anyway 2 detentions for me then :'(

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    Oh I got it never mind thanks Ms.Sue!

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    I don t understand it that well but now I do Ms.Sue is the best:D

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    idk...

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    Everyday im hustlin
    ms sue sucks

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    35m,40m

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    the answer is "TAKE THE SHORTEST ROOT"

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