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23 January, 08:48

A fire hydrant with a blue cap provides water at a rate of 1,500 gallons per minute. A fire hydrant with a green cap provides water at a rate of 1,000 gallons per minute. A fire hydrant with a purple cap provides water at half the rate of a fire hydrant with a green cap.

Part A

Which equation relates the flow of water from the blue hydrant, b, to the flow from the green hydrant, g.

A. b = 13g

B. b = 12g

C. b = 23g

D. b = 32g

Part B

Which equation relates the flow of water from the purple hydrant, p, to the flow from the blue hydrant, b.

A. p = 13b

B. p = 12b

C. p = 23b

D. p = 34b

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  1. 23 January, 10:28
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    Part A = B.

    Part B = A.
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