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Take any number besides 1, subtract 1, multiply by 2, take that answer and add 2 + the original number, divide by 3. You should come up with the original number. Why does this work??

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Preview: ... ve it:<br> (2x -2 +2 +x)/3 = x<br> 3x/3 =x ...

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