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Marcia has a sunflower garden. The plants are currently 36 inches tall and are growing at a rate of 4 inches each week. Write an equation that represents the height, H, of the sunflower plants, where w is the number of weeks. (2 points) H = 36w − 4 H = 36w + 4 H = −4w + 36 H = 4w + 36

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  1. denonakavro
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    4w+36 should be the answer, because 36 is the starting number so it does not change and as each weeek passes we multiply 4 by w

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