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anonymous
 one year ago
Beneath earths surface, the temperature increases 10 degrees Celsius every kilometer. Suppose That the surface temperature is 22 degrees Celsius, and the temperature at the bottom of a coal mine is 45 degrees celcius. Which equation could be used to find the depth (d) of the coal mine?
A. 10d+22=45
B.45d10=22
C.d=22+10
D.22=10d+45
anonymous
 one year ago
Beneath earths surface, the temperature increases 10 degrees Celsius every kilometer. Suppose That the surface temperature is 22 degrees Celsius, and the temperature at the bottom of a coal mine is 45 degrees celcius. Which equation could be used to find the depth (d) of the coal mine? A. 10d+22=45 B.45d10=22 C.d=22+10 D.22=10d+45

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I think it is A. C is no for sure, D is also a no, and B is pretty weird!

campbell_st
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0A would be my choice
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