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Help?!?!?!? 2. Use a graph to find the solution. You want to set up an aquarium and need to determine what size tank to buy. The graph shows tank sizes using a rule that relates the capacity of the tank to the combined lengths of the fish it can hold. If you want four 2-inch platys, three 1-inch guppies, and a 3-inch loach, what is the smallest capacity tank you can buy? 17-gallon tank 13-gallon tank 15-gallon tank 14-gallon tank

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    Well all together, the lengths of the fish added together would be 14. Arent the inches on the bottom describing how long the fish are? Im not sure if it would be 13 or 14 gallons. So my thinking is that it would be either 15 or 17 gallons. Am i close?

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    Ok if 8 inches is a 9 gallon tank, and 9 inches is a 10 gallon tank, 14 inches would be a 15 gallon tank. right?

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