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    Math Problem

    2(3x5-3)-(3-2x5)+6x2+1=?
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    Looks like 44

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    44 in my head...probably missed something... Meds gave me a little wobbly tonight

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    Have not gave

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    Got 44

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    Cosign on all the 44's.

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    44 again.

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    No clue because I am not sure of the equation.

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    Is that 3x or 3 times?

    Whole different answer.

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    44
    Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally.

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    For a million dollars I have no clue how to figure this out. My math knowledge ends after add, subtract, multiply, divide, & fractions.

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    2(3x5-3)-(3-2x5)+6x2+1 = 44

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    Ha. 44. Math still sucks though.

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    I've always struggled with these type of equations. But I can probably tell you a percentage or fraction of most numbers faster than you can find it on your calculator. Damn cell phones have forced me to step up my game.

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    Can't sleep, I think the x is x not "multipli" as we have all assumed.

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