MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Jon has two trees in his yard. one is 20 feet taller than the other. if we let h h be the height of the shorter tree, write an algebraic expression for the sum of the two trees' heights. be sure to simplify your expression.

Accepted Solution

A:

If one tree has the height that equals has, then the other one has the height of "h+20", which brings us to the sum = h + (h + 20)= 2h + 20