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please somebody explain the product of 6, and the sum of 4 and 5?I have to show if 6x4+5 is the right answer.

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    6*9 = 54

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    thanks Ms.Sue

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    You're welcome, Melissa.

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    how would you would model
    5 times 2/3

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