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15 times the difference of 29 and a number is 225. Which equation below can be used to find the unknown number? A. 29-15n=225 B. 15(n-29)=225 C. 15(29-n)=225 D. (15)29-n=225

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15 times the difference of 29 and a number is 225 is C. 15(29-n)=225

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2/7 x - 19 > -1. This represents "Nineteen less than two-sevenths times a number is more than negative one."

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