Write about a real-world situations that can be represented by the same two step equation

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  20. Math (Check 2 answers please)

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  21. chemistry

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  22. Algebra

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  23. Algebra

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  39. Chemistry

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  43. Math

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  49. Algebra 1

    "Write a real-world problem that you can model with the two-step equation 5x+7=10. Then solve the problem." I understand that the answer is 0.60, but how would I put this in a real-world situation?

  50. 8th grade math Ms. Sue

    How is an inequality different from an equation? Give a real-world scenario in which you would write an inequality rather than an equation. I don't know how to solve this or what the answer is. Please help! You said: Denise has $50 and wants to buy two new

  51. Math help please

    I kinda need help with this 10.Write a real world problem that you can model with the two step equation 5x+7=10. Then solve the problem.

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  54. Math help please

    Sorreh I never really post question but I need help with this Write a real world problem that you can model with the two step equation 5x+7=10. Then solve the problem. I would really like it if Some one could explain this to me!! thanks agian ~lost gurls

  55. Math, please help

    Write a real world situation that can be represented by the expression 8(t - 3). Tell what the variable represents then give a value for t and evaluate the expression.

  56. Math

    Write a real world situation that can be represented by the expression 8(t - 3). Tell what the variable represents then give a value for t and evaluate the expression.

  57. algebra1

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  59. Plz,plz help!

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  60. algebra 1

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  66. Algebra 1- Virtual School

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  67. Math

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  68. math

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  71. Algebra 1 ( Inequalities and their Graphs)

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  72. 8th grade math for Ms. Sue

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  73. 8th grade math for Ms. Sue - last question please

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