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A club is selling mugs with three different sports logos. The club sold 2(4m25) football mugs, 2(4m15) basketball mugs, and 4m+38 soccer mugs. Which expression represents the total number of mugs that the club sold?
A. 18m57
B. 18m2
C. 16m57
D. 15m+3

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Damon
8m+8m+4m = 20 m
so none of the above
typo ?
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