A bouquet of flowers contains D daisies and T tulips and contains a total of F flowers. The number of daisies is two more than the number of tulips. Which equation matches this scenario?

A. D+2T=F

B. F−D+2=T

C. 2D+T=F

D. D+T+2=F

E. D+T=F+2

A bouquet of flowers contains D daisies and T tulips and contains a total of F flowers. The number of daisies is two more than the number of tulips. Which equation matches this scenario?

A. D+2T=F

B. F−D+2=T

C. 2D+T=F

D. D+T+2=F

E. D+T=F+2

Answer: B (F-D+2=T)Step-by-step explanation:We know that daisies has 2 more than the tulips.(D+2 = T)Bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb!!!!!!!!!!!!