mat116 wk 1 checkpoint algebraic expressions

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    a driver who drives at a speed of r mph for t hr will travel a distance d mi given by d = rt miles. How far will a driver travel at a speed of 58 mph for 5 hr?

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    18 multipied by y

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    3x+5y-9(3x-3y+9z) Could you help me with this, please?

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