anonymous
  • anonymous
In a kitchen there are three containers that can hold different quantities of water, as shown in the figure below: Three containers of the same shape but different sizes are shown, starting with the shortest and ending with the longest. The following quantities are written below the containers. x minus 10 liters below the first, x minus 5 liters below the second, and x liters below the third. How many liters of water can the three containers hold in all? x − 15 3x − 15 x3 + 50 3x3 − 15
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  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Robert136
anonymous
  • anonymous
First of all you have to write down all of the three equations x-10 x-5 x You add them together

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Therefore you get x-15.
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thanks robert

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