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Vlonkj Registered: 23.08.2006
From: Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 19:22 Peeps! Ok, we’re tackling foiling math problems and I was not present in my last math class so I have no notes and my teacher teaches lessons way bad that’s why I didn’t get to understand it very well when I went to our algebra class a while ago. To make matters worse, we will have our test on our next meeting so I can’t afford not to understand foiling math problems. Can someone please help me try to understand how to answer couple of questions about foiling math problems so that I can prepare for the quiz. I’m hoping that somebody would help me as soon as possible .
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