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In the addition table shown above, what is the value of m + n =?

A. -19
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6
E. 22

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4+x=1 --> x=-3
4+y=-5 --> y=-9
4+z=m
e+x=7 --> e=10
10+y=n --> n=1
10+z=10 --> z=0
4+z=m --> m=4

m+n=4+1=5

You dont have to use the 3rd row.
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