9th grade (math)
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pennies are kept in a jar the mass of the jar is 20 g the mass of each panny is 5g le t the varible p represent the total mass of pennis and the jar. let the variable n represent the number og pennys.
1a. write an equation that represent the relation ship between mass p and n pennies
1b. what is the slope and yintercept
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