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It snowed 10 days in January for a total of 'N' inches of snow. The expression below shows the average snow fall per day over the 10 days

Evaluate the expression if 'N'= 20

A. 2 inches C. 30 inches
B. 10 inches D.200 inches

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    20/10 = ?

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