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lawls

  • 2 years ago

If pg = 50 and gr = 15, then what is the value of g(p + r)?

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  1. Romero
    • 2 years ago
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    If we add pg and pr we get \[pg+gr\] From there we can factor out a g and get \[g(p+r)\]

  2. Romero
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    which is what we. We want g(p+r) so all you really have to do is add the values of pg and gr

  3. Romero
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    That will be your answer. Understand?

  4. lawls
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    so it's just 65?

  5. Romero
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    Yeah basically

  6. Romero
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    good job!

  7. lawls
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    thanks :)

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