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The table shows the relationship between a, the area of a rectangle, and h, its height, when the base remains constant
H = 2, 5, 7, 12
A = 8 , 20, 28 48

Which equation represents the relationship between h and a

a = h + 6
a = 3h + 2
a = 4h
a = 2h + 4

Thanks you

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As you can see from your table, a always equals 4h. There is nothing else to explain.

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