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 Mar 24, 2020

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g =7

h = 5

 

Work out the value of 3g + 2h

 

This problem requires just substitution alone. We already know the values of g and h both, which are 7 and 5 respectively. If we substitute 7 for g, and 5 for h, we will get our desired answer. The expression of 3g + 2h then becomes:

 

3 * (7) + 2 * (5) 

This is equivalent to:

 

21 + 10 = 31

 Mar 24, 2020
 #1
avatar+485 
+3
Best Answer

g =7

h = 5

 

Work out the value of 3g + 2h

 

This problem requires just substitution alone. We already know the values of g and h both, which are 7 and 5 respectively. If we substitute 7 for g, and 5 for h, we will get our desired answer. The expression of 3g + 2h then becomes:

 

3 * (7) + 2 * (5) 

This is equivalent to:

 

21 + 10 = 31

jfan17 Mar 24, 2020

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