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Algebra Level 2

Given that \[\begin{array} &two = 2, &seven= 7, &eight=8, \\ ten = 10, &twenty = 20, &seventy = 70, &eighty = 80, \end{array}\] find the value of \(one\).

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Note: The left side of each equation above is a product of unknowns. For example, \[seven = s\times e \times v \times e \times n=s\times e^2 \times v \times n, \] where 4 unknowns \(s, e, v, n\) are used.

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