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When I was in sixth grade, I won the long addition contest in my class. In case you don’t know what that is, I’ll explain.
Two students would go to the chalkboard (hopefully, some of you remember what those were) and write a long column—usually 15 or so—two-digit numbers read off by the teacher.
Then we would add them up as fast as we could and write the answer. I beat the brainiest girl in school; it might have been the highlight of my school career.
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