anonymous
  • anonymous
The fourteen students in Mateo's computer programming class are using the computer lab. Some computers are shared by pairs of students, and 2 students work alone. Which equation could you use to determine how many computers are shared in the computer lab? Let c be the number of shared computers
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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leozap1
  • leozap1
It would be 8 if 2 are alone that is 2 computers then there are 12 left and if 2 is at each one there is 6 so 6+2=8
anonymous
  • anonymous
the quantity c over two all minus two equals fourteen two times c minus two equals fourteen two times c plus two equals fourteen the quantity c over two all plus two equals fourteen
leozap1
  • leozap1
I believe it would be B., If I am right please give me a best response to give me a better score :)

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