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You and a friend go to the movies and split the cost of the movie tickets and snacks. You pay the bill. You tell your friend he owes only $9 because you owed him $4 from the last time you went to the movies. How much was the total bill? Let b represent the total bill. Identify the correct equation to represent this problem and the correct solution.
B÷ 2 4 – b = $10
B÷2 4 = 9; b = $ 26
B ÷ 2 + 9 = 4; b = $ 26
2b – 4 = 9; b = $ 7.50

Danielle went ice skating. It cost $3 an hour and $5 for skate rental. If Danielle spent $11, how many hours did she ice-skate? Let h represent the number of hours spent ice-skating. Identify the correct equation to represent this problem and the correct solution.
3h – 5 5 = 11; h = 2
5h + 3 = 11; h = 1.6
3h + 5 = 11; h = 2
5h – 3 = 11 ; h = 2.8

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  1. what is your thinking on this?

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  2. the first one b
    the second one c

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  3. but I need someone to check my answers

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  4. right on the second. wrong on the first.

    forget the 9 owed. his portion of the bill is 5 dollars, to that add your portion

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  5. so I don't get it

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  6. whats the answer is it 1?

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  7. What is the answer aaaaa mis sue plz

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  8. the second ones answer is C lol

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  9. I took the quick check Answer are
    1.B
    2.A
    3.D
    4.B
    5.C
    trust me PLZ

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  10. Thanks!!!! :D i have no idea why i put this face so much lol

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  11. Lol

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  12. for Lesson 7: Solving Equations with Two Steps
    Math 6 B Unit 5: Graphing, Equations, and Inequalities connexus donut is 100 correct

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  13. donut is correct 100 %
    1.b
    2.a
    3.d
    4.b
    5.c

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  14. THX SO MUCH!!!!! I just got 100

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  15. Nicholas answers are right if you are doing lesson 7 math 6 B unit 4 in connections

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  16. Grade 6

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  17. Ty that saved me lol

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  18. vy8gv8

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  19. Donuts and Nicholas are 100% correct

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  20. Just got 100%

    1.B
    2.A
    3.D
    4.B
    5.C

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  21. Thanks so much I got 5/5

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  22. thx @Donuts for answers to #5 and #4

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  23. This is for connexus acedmy 6th grade.
    1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. B
    5. C

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  24. OORAH! thanks Nicolas. are you a relative of Nikolai? ah who am i kidding there's no way.

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