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Medal please HELP!!! The sum of two numbers is 47. The greater number is 9 more than the smaller number. Which equation can be used to solve for the smaller number? a)x + (x + 9) = 47 b) x − (x + 9) = 47 c) x(x + 9) = 47 d) x(x − 9) = 47

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  1. anonymous
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    @guillen

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    @taylorz115820

  3. anonymous
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    Anyone please help?

  4. anonymous
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    i think its b

  5. anonymous
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    1 sec i will help you

  6. anonymous
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    Ok leslie what do you need?

  7. anonymous
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    I need help with the question @taylorz115820

  8. anonymous
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    I am pretty sure it is D because to get the smaller # you must subtract 9 from x but I am not entirely sure

  9. anonymous
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    Can you help me with one more if you can? @taylorz115820

  10. anonymous
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    Sure I will do my best

  11. anonymous
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    Julia did a survey in four butterfly parks and wrote the following observations: Butterfly Park Survey Park Number of Blue Butterflies Total Number of Butterflies P 21 82 Q 40 86 R 11 63 S 38 58 Based on the survey, which park had the greatest percentage of blue butterflies? Park P Park Q Park R Park S

  12. anonymous
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    @taylorz115820

  13. anonymous
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    All you have to do is divide the blue butterflies by the total butterflies for each one and which ever one has the greatest decimal is the answer

  14. anonymous
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    Tell me what you get

  15. anonymous
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    For P I got 3.9? @taylorz115820

  16. anonymous
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    do \[21\div89\] not the other way around

  17. anonymous
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    0.23 @taylorz115820

  18. anonymous
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    you should get .23

  19. anonymous
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    Yes

  20. anonymous
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    now do that for the rest and tell me what you get

  21. anonymous
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    The greatest is S? @taylorz115820

  22. anonymous
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    Ok let me check

  23. anonymous
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    Can you help me solve for x in one more problem

  24. anonymous
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    Yep thats right

  25. anonymous
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    I will give you a medal? @taylorz115820 If you help me solve for x?

  26. anonymous
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    Sure

  27. anonymous
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    (-3/2)x-9=-27 A) −24 B) −12 C) 11 D)12

  28. anonymous
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    @taylorz115820

  29. anonymous
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    ok so what do you do 1st?

  30. anonymous
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    Add 9 both sides? @taylorz115820

  31. anonymous
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    Yep

  32. anonymous
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    Then what do you do?

  33. anonymous
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    Flip the -3/4 @taylorz115820

  34. anonymous
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    Yes and multiply both sides by it

  35. anonymous
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    its actually -3/2

  36. anonymous
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    I got 1? @taylorz115820

  37. anonymous
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    Let me check

  38. anonymous
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    How did you get 1?

  39. anonymous
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    No not the answer it is for solving the -3/2 when I multiplied it @taylorz115820

  40. anonymous
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    you need to also multiply to the other side so do (-2/3)•-18

  41. anonymous
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    I got 12 will it be D the answer? @taylorz115820

  42. anonymous
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    yes good job

  43. anonymous
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    Thanks you really did help me :)) @taylorz115820

  44. anonymous
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    Np

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