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1) Solve equation

3r+5
_____ + 2 = 2r to find the value of r?
2

A. 2 1/7
B. 3 2/3
C. 15
D. 10

2) which is these is a rational number.

A. Sq root of 14
B. -sq root of 9
C. -sq root of 34
D. Sq root of 72

  • Math -

    1) r=9. typo?
    2) (B)

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    1) 3r + 5
    _____. + 2 = 12-2r
    2

    Find value of r

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