# equation and inequalities

a.major league baseball player chews 17 pieces of gum per game.write anslgebraic expression to show how many pieces of gum he might chew in games

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1. In n games, he will chew 17n sticks of gum

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2. Thank you

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3. yeah

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4. so is the equation n+17?

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5. Yea, it is 17n because if he chews 2 pieces of gum every 4 days it would be 2 x 4 =8

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6. ..........Ight

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7. 17n

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