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why are bacteria bad at math? its a worksheet.

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  1. You'll find the answer after you correctly solve the problems.

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  2. They multiply by dividing

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  3. what is 6 times 2

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  4. they divide to multiply

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  5. Chris is right.

    It is:

    THEY MULTIPLY BY DIVIDING

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  6. They Multiply By Dividing.

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  7. How do you work out number 16?
    9-|2-1/3y|=0

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  8. omg this question's a decade old

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  9. These people didn't even know about Covid yet...sad

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  10. i do not like math

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