# There are 5 gallons of lemonade in the container. How much is remaining in the container after Coach

Miller pours g gallons for the players?

## 5-g

## Please help

## I hate math

## after coach did what? It is impossible to solve since this is missing info. Please add more info

## Don't say you hate math. Say you are not good at math YET! :)

## Factor out the greatest common factor from

6

y

2

+

27

y

using the Distributive Property.

A.

3

(

2

y

2

+

9

y

)

B.

y

(

6

y

+

27

)

C.

3

y

(

2

y

+

9

)

D.

(

3

y

+

y

)

(

2

y

+

9

)

## To find out how much lemonade is remaining in the container after Coach Miller pours g gallons for the players, you can subtract the amount he poured from the initial 5 gallons.

The equation to find the remaining amount of lemonade is:

Remaining amount = Initial amount - Poured amount

So, the equation becomes:

Remaining amount = 5 gallons - g gallons

For example, if Coach Miller pours 2 gallons for the players, the equation becomes:

Remaining amount = 5 gallons - 2 gallons

Remaining amount = 3 gallons

Therefore, there would be 3 gallons of lemonade remaining in the container after Coach Miller pours 2 gallons for the players.