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Solve C = 3(2f – 5h) for f in terms of C and h.
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anonymous
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f=15h/6+C
anonymous
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C=6f-15h (C+15h)/6=f

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anonymous
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Solve C = 3(2f – 5h) for f in terms of C and h.
anonymous
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Of course! C=3(2f-5h) You distribute the 3 to 2f and -5h. Then you get C=6f-15h. Then add 15h to each side which cancels the 15h on the right side so you get 15h+c=6f. So just switch it around so it look like 6f=15h+c and divide by 6. Your answer is f=15h/6+C
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Explain, in complete sentences, how you would use the graphing method to solve the following system of equations. Then Provide the solution to the system and explain what the solution represents on the graph. 3x – 6y = 12 9x + 2y = –24
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