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Listen closely: easy to get confused.

You have one group of two numbers. If you want to multiply either number, you have to multiply it by 1 of the 2 numbers in the group. One of the numbers gets multiplied, but NOT by the other number. How does it get multiplied?

Note: I was bored and I made this up in math class. Don't be alarmed if it baffles you.

It is multiplied by itself.

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Maybe I am just oversimplifying it, but...

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For some reason my other spoiler didn't post. Here it is again:

You have a group with two numbers: x, y. When you multiply the numbers you have to multiply them by a number within the group: xx, xy, yx, yy. One of the numbers gets multiplied, but not by the other number; so: xx, yy. How does it get multiplied?

It gets squared.

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By itself?

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no offense, but that was kind of easy. I had to read it over twice to make sure i wazn't reading it wrong.

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yea easy multiplyed by itself but im gonna start making stuff in math

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