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anonymous
 one year ago
The table shows the number of candies packed by Machine J. The equation shows the number of candies packed by Machine K. In both representations, x is a measure of the number of minutes and y is a measure of the number of candies packed.
Machine J Candy Packing
x (minutes) y (candies)
3 90
6 180
9 270
12 360
Machine K: y = 26x
How many more candies could machine J pack than machine K in 11 minutes?
30
44
90
330
anonymous
 one year ago
The table shows the number of candies packed by Machine J. The equation shows the number of candies packed by Machine K. In both representations, x is a measure of the number of minutes and y is a measure of the number of candies packed. Machine J Candy Packing x (minutes) y (candies) 3 90 6 180 9 270 12 360 Machine K: y = 26x How many more candies could machine J pack than machine K in 11 minutes? 30 44 90 330

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