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niahloves
 one year ago
Which is an everyday situation for the math expression with the context provided?
12 – t; comparing people's ages
A.
Holly is 12. Nick is t years older than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t.
B.
Holly's age is t. Nick is 12 years older than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t.
C.
Holly is 12. Nick is t years younger than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t.
D.
Holly's age is t. Nick is 12 years younger than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t.
niahloves
 one year ago
Which is an everyday situation for the math expression with the context provided? 12 – t; comparing people's ages A. Holly is 12. Nick is t years older than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t. B. Holly's age is t. Nick is 12 years older than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t. C. Holly is 12. Nick is t years younger than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t. D. Holly's age is t. Nick is 12 years younger than Holly. Nick's age is represented by 12 – t.

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imqwerty
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@niahloves did u try solving those situations? where did u got stuck?

imqwerty
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ok so if i say that u r 16yrs old nd ur smaller brother is 4yrs smaller than u then can u tell his age?
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