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28 – 18 – 10 = 0
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There are "4 CUPS" in a quart.

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A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels, so he bought 0 individual heels.
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OMG, I think I did not pressed "6"
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.9x = 63, x = 63/.9, x = 70.
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