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$\color{red}{\text{Skullpatrol names a group of Oakland/LA Raider fans}}$

$\color{red}{\text{who specifically cheer for the defensive line.}}$

The skullpatrol sits in the south end zone section known as the Blackhole. The name is a combination of a fan's nickname Skully who painted a police Patrol car in the silver and black team colors.

Raider4life, no fair weather fans allowed, commitment to excellence, the silver and black, just win baby, skull_patrol, skull-patrol, and Darth Raider leader of the dark side.

aka $\Huge badass$


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Thank you for the helpful links.
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Are these two different roles of a variable supplementary?
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Thank you for your answer(s). How is this question related to your answer here?
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Thank you for the explanation, it clears up my confusion that began here.
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@DaveL.Renfro what would be the first math thing you would use?
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comment Trying to explain what “consistent” means to a middle schooler
Thank you for the clear explanation, but how can this be shown at the elementary Algebra level studied in middle school at the age of 13 years old?