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anonymous
 one year ago
a. Define the variable for the unknown. (2/20)
b. Write an equation to model the problem. (2/20)
c. Solve the equation (showing all work). (6/20)
d. Give your answer in a complete sentence. (2/20)
Jordan and Matt went hiking. They decided to hike different trails to see who gained the greater elevation. Jordan started at the bottom of the mountain at 500 ft. in elevation. Matt started at the bottom of his trail at 625 ft. in elevation. At the top of the mountain, Jordan reached an elevation of 1850 ft. and Matt reached an elevation of 2200 ft. What was the change of elevation for Jordan and Matt? Who gained the most elevation?
anonymous
 one year ago
a. Define the variable for the unknown. (2/20) b. Write an equation to model the problem. (2/20) c. Solve the equation (showing all work). (6/20) d. Give your answer in a complete sentence. (2/20) Jordan and Matt went hiking. They decided to hike different trails to see who gained the greater elevation. Jordan started at the bottom of the mountain at 500 ft. in elevation. Matt started at the bottom of his trail at 625 ft. in elevation. At the top of the mountain, Jordan reached an elevation of 1850 ft. and Matt reached an elevation of 2200 ft. What was the change of elevation for Jordan and Matt? Who gained the most elevation?

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