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What type of interior wall is this in my bathroom and how should i go about repairing it? I am a novice when when it comes to home repair

That is textured drywall. The crack is just hairline, but looks larger because the pic is so close. Usually that is the result of an impact, but could be from other things. These show up over a taped ...
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What type of interior wall is this in my bathroom and how should i go about repairing it? I am a novice when when it comes to home repair

You have one of those "insert" acrylic insert bath walls. You can try to glue (fill the crack) with some acrylic compound, but it will be visible. You might have to replace it.
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Toilet Flange is higher than the subfloor and slightly angled - Keep. or replace?

If it were me, I'd do as you planned, however I would use this soft rubber seal. I have used them on dozens of toilets and never had an issue. It makes having a flange that is high or low, or not ...
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