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Elliot has twice as many trading cards as Sam. Elliot has 20 trading cards. write and equation and use it to determine the number of trading cards Sam has.

a. s+2 = 20;18**
b. s/2 = 20;40
c. 2s = 20;10
d. s-2=20;22

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  1. No.

  2. What does twice mean?

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  3. twice as much I mean.

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  4. it means that Elliot had double the amount of cards that Sam has. (Example Elliot had 12 cards and Sam had 24 cards)

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  5. Nope.

    Think, man!

  6. Key word Double!

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