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Yes! So in conclusion, 1Q, 2C, and 1M are all equivalent.

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Q: 1Q equals 2C and 2C equals 1M?

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2c=1p 2p=1q 4q=1g 4*8=x x=32

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12-2c = 2c add 2c to both sides 12 = 4c divide both sides by 4 3 = c

Without any information about a or b or c, all that can be said is: a + b + 2c = a + b + 2c Not particularly illuminating!

An equation where c = 5

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