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Just wanted to point out the typo “3th grade” in the title, with all the video’s you guys post I’m sure it can be easy to miss.

hello there Mr. Khan or Sal what r some tips on growing an educational channel?

Thanks for the video.

why I am 17 and watching this?

Good Job.

maybe you forgot addition

or you have a sibling that is in third grade and you want to know what your sibling is doing

Um Rd not th

cool

thx