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All eighth grade students can choose to take one of the following elective courses: art, chorus, band, or woodworking. There are 2o more students enrolled in chorus than art. Band has 3/4 the enrollment as chorus. woodworking has 5 fewer students than band.

Which expressions represent this situation ?

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    c = a+20
    b = 3/4 c
    w = b-5

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