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Write and solve an equation for the situation. Check the solution.

A gardener measures the tallest of his prize-winning sunflowers and finds that the height is 65 in. The sunflower has grown 12.1 inches since the last time the gardener measured it. How tall was the sunflower when it was last measured?

a.Write an algebraic equation that represents the scenario.
b.Solve to find the solution.

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  1. x + 12.1 = 65
    Now find x

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    20. 39+5=44-4=40x5=200-5=195
    I would add 39 to 5 = 44 then I would subtract 44-4 = 40x5 = 200 then I would subtract again 200-5 = 195!!!
    21.the CORRECT answer is : 403.

    the student subtracted 28 from 375

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    0.93 1.02 1.1...

    T = 0.48 + 0.09n
    T= term

    I JUST TOOK THE TEST THIS IS 100% CORRECT!!!
    btw this is for Test: Patterns and Variables Unit Test

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