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anonymous
 one year ago
Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WILL MEDAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chin canned a number of quart jars and a number of pint jars of tomatoes from his garden. A pint is 16 ounces and a quart is 32 ounces. The number of pints he canned is represented by p, and the number of quarts he canned is represented by q. Which equation models the scenario if Chin canned a total of 40 quarts?
16p + 32q = 40
32q – 16p = 40
32q – 16p = 1,280
16p + 32q = 1,280
anonymous
 one year ago
Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WILL MEDAL!!!!!!!!!!!!! Chin canned a number of quart jars and a number of pint jars of tomatoes from his garden. A pint is 16 ounces and a quart is 32 ounces. The number of pints he canned is represented by p, and the number of quarts he canned is represented by q. Which equation models the scenario if Chin canned a total of 40 quarts? 16p + 32q = 40 32q – 16p = 40 32q – 16p = 1,280 16p + 32q = 1,280

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Black_ninja123
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I would say A because 16 is the pints and 32 is the quarts so 16p+32q and it said total of 40 16p+32q=40
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