• DJBreezy
Last year, Becky's dog weighed 65 pounds. One year later, she had gained p pounds. Which expression gives her weight one year later? A. 65 + p B. 65 ÷ p C. 65 × p D. 65 - p @MonKiwi
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  • anonymous
if the dog was 65 pounds, then gained (added) pounds (p) it would be A. You would not divide or subtract because the dog gained weight, and multiplication would work if you said "The dog gained 4 times its weight" but it does not, so A would be your answer :)

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