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Austin is watching a football game. His team loses 9 yards and then gains 5 yards. He doesn't watch the next play, but afterward, he sees that his team now has a total loss of 1 yard. How many yards did the team gain or lose on the play Austin missed?

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    -9 + 5 + x = -1

    -4 + x = -1

    x = +3

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    -3

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