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hello...please help me with my problem..... the formula p=5n+2n can be used to determine the total number of points p on an exam with n numerical response questions and m multiple choice questions.What is the total number of points for an exam with 10 numerical response questions and 20 multiple choice questions?

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  1. anonymous
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    Fix your equation because it is either 90 points or 120 points depending on which one is suppose to be n and m

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