algebra
posted by Sammy .
Asked question wrong last time.
New question with description of how to figure it out please.
What is the value of
3t+7 given 2t+1 =3

2t+1 =3
2t = 4
t = 2
3 (2) + 7 = 6 + 7 = 1
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