# SOLUTION: Suppose you’re given the formula R = s + 2t. If you know that s is three times greater than t, how could you rewrite the formula? A. R = 3(s + 2t) C. R = 5s B. R = 3(s + t)

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 Question 332624: Suppose you’re given the formula R = s + 2t. If you know that s is three times greater than t, how could you rewrite the formula? A. R = 3(s + 2t) C. R = 5s B. R = 3(s + t) D. R = 5tFound 2 solutions by nerdybill, solver91311:Answer by nerdybill(7003)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If you started with: R = s + 2t . But, s=3t so R = 3t + 2t R = 5t (Answer is D) Answer by solver91311(17077)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! If s is three times greater than t, then you can replace s with 3t. John My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it