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Which expression represents 3 more than 2x? A) 3 + 2x B) 2x + 3 C) Both A and B D) Neither A nor B

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  1. Geometry_Hater
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    more than means <

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  2. sparki1
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    its either c or d cause a and b are the same...

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    ya!

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    C

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    When it's saying 3 more than 2x, it's basically just telling you to add :) & with that in mind, both A & B are the same thing, so it'd be C :) -Hope that helps :)

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    thanks! peeps

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