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The figure above shows two entries, indicated by m and n, in an addition table. What is the value of n + m?

(1) d + y = -3
(2) e + z = 12
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Information from table:
d+z=m (1)
e+y=n (2)

need to find "m+n"

A: d+y=-3, INSUFF - no information about n
B: e+z=12, INSUFF - no information about m

Adding 1 and 2 (under information)

(d+y)+(e+z)=m+n=12-3=9 (use both A and B)
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