anonymous
  • anonymous
Emiko has 10 more than twice the number of homework problems than Rob has. If Rob has 12 homework problems, how many does Emiko have? Let p represent the number of homework problems that Rob has. A. 2 (10 + p); Emiko has 44 homework problems. B. 2p - 10; Emiko has 14 homework problems. C. 2p + 10; Emiko has 34 homework problems. D. 10 + p; Emiko has 22 homework problems.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
10 more than 12 * 2 would be 24+ 10
anonymous
  • anonymous
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