# math

x - 15 = 19
A.4
B.34
C.-4
D.-34

brandon owns nearly two times as many CDs as Ingrid Brandon own 56 CDs write an equation an use it to estimate the number n of CDs Ingrid owns
A.n - 2 = 56; about 58 CDs
B.n + 2 = 56;about 54 CDs
C.n = 56; about 112 CDs
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D. 2n = 56; about 28 CDs

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