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HELP ASAP!!! The graph above shows the number of minutes it takes to inflate a balloon for a science experiment. Based on the graph, if James takes 3 minutes to inflate a balloon, what is the diameter of the balloon? 100 cm 125 cm 75 cm 65 cm

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    75 cm

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    75

  4. anonymous
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    help me with one more

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    go ahead

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    The number of apples purchased varies directly as the quantity in a bag. David bought 2 bags containing 16 apples. If Jeremy bought 40 apples, how many bags of apples did he buy? 8 5 2 10

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    5

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    thx

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