WILL MARK BRIANLEST!!!!!!!!!! Find the relationship between the quantities in the table. Then use the relationship to calculate the missing value in the table.

A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries 1, 2, 3, 4. Column 2 is labeled y with entries 9, 18, A, 36.

The relationship between the quantities in the table is x

+ 16

equals y.

A =


  1. Answer: A=9
    Step-by-step explanation:
    The equation for this table is x+16 =Y.
    To solve for Y, we must plug in. (in other words, substitute the letters with (known) numbers).
    A is in the 3rd row under the Y column. Hence, we will use the X value found in the same row, which is 3.
    A= x+16
    A= 3+16
    A= 19
    Hope this helps :)), brainliest would be appreciated 😀


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