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what is 1+one half of square,+ one half of eight,+ one half of diamond + e. plus one half of zero

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  1. Ok, I will play along:

    1+one half of square,+ one half of eight,+ one half of diamond + e. plus one half of zero
    = 1 + (1/2) square + (1/2)(8) + (1/2)diamond + e + (1/2)(0)
    = 1 + (1/2)square + 4 + (1/2)diamond + e + 0
    or
    = 1 + square/2 + 4 + diamond/2 + e

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