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Before she went to the grocery store, Jana had 4 tomatoes in her refrigerator. For the next 3 weeks she buys n number of tomatoes each week.

Which algebraic expression represents how many tomatoes she has at the end of three weeks?

A. 4 − 3n
B. 4 + 3n
C. 3n − 4
D.

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    You mean she hasn't eaten any tomatoes in three weeks? What a waste!

    B.

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