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jameshorton

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Which phrase could be represented by this expression? 6(t + 9) A. six times the sum of a number and nine B. the sum of six times a number and nine C. six times the product of a number and nine D. six more than the sum of a number and nine

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  1. jameshorton
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    @LynFran

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    the 6 is being multiply to both the t and 9 while t is being added to 9

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    which do u think it is?

  4. jameshorton
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    so th answer is c

  5. LynFran
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    no

  6. jameshorton
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    b

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    no

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    a

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