# algebra

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Tony went to the racetrack with \$80. He won \$15 on the 1st race, lost \$12 on the 2nd, lost \$6 on the 3rd and won \$8 on the 4th. How much money did he have after the 4th race.

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Add the numbers, surely you can do that.

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