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we thought the answer was 440. 1320/6=220. Then 1320-220=1100. then 1100/5=220. then subtract 1100-220=880 nd so on...does that make sense?

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  1. But isn't it every 3rd of 1320, every 4th of 1320, every 5th of 1320?

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  2. but logically wouldn't you have to take away

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