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what are two different word phrases for the expression t/30 ?

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1. t divided by 30

30 times another number equals t

posted by Ms. Sue
2. what is two different word phrases for the expression t-30

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3. What is b__8 help me

posted by Amanda
4. Idk It Looks like Divide then Multiply

posted by Peace
5. 2834773833383838383/8484848

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6. maybe t divided by 30 and 30 times t

posted by lala
7. maybe t divided by 30 and 30 times t...?

posted by lala
8. Thirty divided by T

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9. What is the word expression for t-13?

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10. i doodoo nut geet ite

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11. t split into 30 parts and t divided by 30

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