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The following graph shows the enrollment at a community college.
1997 6,000
1998 8,000
1999 10,000
2000 12,000
2001 14,000
what was the increase from 1997 to 2001?

  • algebra -

    This is a subtraction problem.

    14,000 - 6,000 = ?

  • algebra -

    Thank you, but I need to figure out how to put this in an equation form for algebra. I am not good with word problems and need some help.

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