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will give medal Shelly and Terrence earned points in a game by completing various tasks. Shelly completed x tasks and scored 90 points on each one. The expression below shows Terrence's total points in the game: 90x − 20 What does the constant term of the expression represent? (2 points) The total points Terrence earned The total number of tasks Terrence completed The sum of Shelly's and Terrence's total points The difference between Shelly's and Terrence's total points

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  1. anonymous
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    a

  2. anonymous
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    thank you

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    wait

  4. anonymous
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    its a or c

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    hold on lemme check

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    oh lol its D

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    Shelly's total points would be represented by 90x. (90 points multiplied by the number of games) It is telling us that Terrence's points are 90x -20 The constant in the equation is -20. It's not A because the total is 90x-20, it's not B because we don't know how many tasks he did therefore we cannot say that it is 20, it's not the sum because not only is it a negative but it also because a total would be at least more than 90. And that leaves D as the correct answer. Because the difference

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