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sydneyyy

  • 2 years ago

What is GH? A. 5 B. 10 C. 15 D. 25

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  1. Spectrum
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    I need more information?

  2. sydneyyy
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    im getting it

  3. Spectrum
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    Ah.

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  5. Spectrum
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    I think if i am reading it correcty ....you can do 3x = 5x- 10 and find the measure of x ..then plug it in and get gh. let me see. ..sole 3x= 5x - 10 if you can?

  6. Spectrum
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    i got one of the available answers so i think i am correct. You work it out and i will help you.

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