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suppose you want to take a karate class. the first class is january 16th. the class meets every week for 6 weekswhats the date of the last class?


Start at 1/16 and add 7 days six times to get
1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20


Find the sum the each letter stands for in the problem below.

EFGH
X 4 E=________
____ F=________
HGFE G=________
H=________


2178 x 4 =8712

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