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Q: A blue suitcase weighs 10 pounds less three-fourths the weight of a green suitcase.write an expression that you can use find the weight of the blue suitcase .?

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My scale says about 42 pounds for my 28x18x9 suitcase. It seems heavier than that. I am going to take it to a commercial scale and have it weighed to make sure, and avoid paying $90 for an overweight bag!

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