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Q: One number is twice another number and their sum is 36. Which system of equations represents the word problem? A.2x + y = 36 and x + y = 36 B.x + y = 36 and y = 2x C.y = 2x and 2x + y = 36
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Words matched to definitions:
1. decomposition: the act of separating into basic elements
2. heliograph: a device used for transmitting messages by reflecting sunlight
3. dynamometer: an instrument for measuring force or energy
4. vivid: full of life

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y = mx + b
0 = (-2)(–1) + b
0 = 2 + b
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