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Your team members forgot to clean up their algebra tiles, and now the tiles are all over your desk.  

The following algebra tiles are scattered randomly: 5 unit, 5 unit, x squared, unit, x, unit, x squared, unit, x, x, unit, x, 5 unit, 5 unit, unit, x squared, unit, x squared, x, unit.

Sort the tiles so that they are in groups that are all the same. Write a sentence explaining how many of each type of tile you have.

How many of each type of tile is there? Count the tiles of the same type to combine them together in the same group.

Remember, unit tiles are just integers and can be combined as well.

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