Jake and Mike took x tests each. Mike scored 15 points less than Jake. The expression below shows Mike's total score in the tests.
85x - 15
What does the first term of the expression represent?
The total score Jake earned
The total number of tests Mike took
The sum of Jake and Mike's total score
The difference between Jake and Mike's total score
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Because 'x' is the number of tests
The First term is 85 So you are saying that He took 85 tests?
You were right the first time with A. 85 Is what he scored on the tests.
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Oh do you got it?
I guess but I'm still confused .... I have one more question though mind helping me @aric200
I can help but we should try and work through this one real quick if you are still confused.
The radius of a cone-shaped tank is 4 feet less than its height. If the height of the tank is (x - 3) feet, the expression below shows the volume of the tank.
1/3 π (x - 7)2 (x - 3)
What does the factor 1/3 (x - 7) represent?
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The total surface area of the tank
One third of the radius of the tank
One third of the height of the tank
The total area of the base of the tank
I have no idea what the answer might be I don't even have a guess @aric200