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# I have never used an addition table before and was totally

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22 Jul 2006, 14:58
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I have never used an addition table before and was totally confused by this question
Can anyone explain it to me? I am sure it's relatively easy
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22 Jul 2006, 16:18
jamesrwrightiii wrote:
I have never used an addition table before and was totally confused by this question
Can anyone explain it to me? I am sure it's relatively easy

Hi,

Did you get an answer to the above question? I'll appreciate if you can share any information that you found in relation to this question.

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22 Jul 2006, 17:14
Ans C - 5

from the table the row and colum headers need to be added to the (i.j) element e.g.

x+4=1
y+4=-5
z+4=m

etc...

you will finally get x=-3, y=-9, z=0, e=10, f=5

Finally m = 4 and n=1

hence m+n = 5

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