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ltinson
 2 years ago
The number of Math homework questions is seven more than one−half the number of History homework questions. There are 15 Math homework questions. Which of the following equations would you use to find the number of History homework questions? Note: h represents the number of questions on your History homework.
15/2+7=h
15+7/2=h
h+7/2=15
1/2*h+7=15
ltinson
 2 years ago
The number of Math homework questions is seven more than one−half the number of History homework questions. There are 15 Math homework questions. Which of the following equations would you use to find the number of History homework questions? Note: h represents the number of questions on your History homework. 15/2+7=h 15+7/2=h h+7/2=15 1/2*h+7=15

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nphuongsun93
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2The number of Math homework questions 15 is = seven more than + 7 one−half 1/2 the number of History homework questions. h put them together 15 = 7 + 1/2 h
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