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12 June, 01:22

Adam, Beth, and Carly walked a total of 10 miles collectively. Beth walked twice as far as Adam, and she walked a half a mile further than Carly. If a = number of miles Adam walks, b = number of miles Beth walks, and c = number of miles Carly walks, which equation is NOT true for this situation?

A) b = 2a

B) b = c + 0.5

C) 3a + c = 10

D) a + 2c = 10.5

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  1. 12 June, 02:06
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    A=Adam; b=Beth; c=Carly

    Beth walked 2 times as far as Adam

    Beth walked 0.5 miles farther than Carly

    b=2a

    b=c+0.5

    3a=b+a

    3a+c=10

    a+2c≠10.5

    Solution: D. a+2c=10.5
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