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- OregonDuck

Which of these is the algebraic expression for "3 times the sum of 2 and y?"
3(2 + y)
3 ⋅ 2 + y
2 + 3 ⋅ y
2(3 + y)

- anonymous

Well what would "the sum of 2 and y" look like? :)

- OregonDuck

2+y?

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- anonymous

Right. And which answers have "2+y" in them?

- OregonDuck

a and b

- OregonDuck

so the answer is b?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

also ducks suck, but the answer is b

- anonymous

Right. Since we're multiplying 3 by (2+y), we're gonna use a parentheses to keep 2+y by themselves. b wouldn't be our answer

- OregonDuck

than it is a

- anonymous

no because a would be distributing it

- anonymous

the anwer is A

- anonymous

x(y+z) would distribute the x among the other numbers but x*y+z would make you multiply first then add the last number

- anonymous

oh wait

- anonymous

Yes, it would be a. For b we would use PEMDAS to re-arrange it as (3*2)+y. Since what we're looking for is 3*(2+y) it would be A

- anonymous

nope im wrong

- anonymous

its a

- OregonDuck

2)A set of numbers is shown below:
{0, 0.6, 2, 4, 6}
Which of the following shows all the numbers from the set that make the inequality 2x + 3 ≥ 7 true?
{4, 6}
{0, 0.6, 2}
{0, 0.6}
{2, 4, 6}
Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points)
(08.05 MC)
Meg scored 45, 48, and 56 on three tests. How many points should she get on the fourth test to get an average score of 60?
49.67 points
52.25 points
91 points
93 points

- anonymous

go noles

- OregonDuck

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- OregonDuck

who cares about sports i am trying to do work

- anonymous

wait it is A and B because they are practicly the same

- OregonDuck

but i can only chose one answer

- anonymous

yes so it is A

- OregonDuck

i am going to ask a new question

- anonymous

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