Interpreting linear expressions: flowers (Full video)

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Supporting grades: 7

Description: Let's practice matching expressions to their meaning in this example of interpreting linear expressions. Created by Sal Khan. Martin likes to make flower bouquets that each have 3 violets and 4 tulips. If the price of a violet is V and the price of a tulip is T, match the expressions to their meanings. So let's see the price of 1 of Martin's bouquets.

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