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Write an equation that represents the following problem.

Susan is buying three different colors of tiles for her kitchen floor. She is buying

Let *b* equal the number of beige tiles. Your equation should start with “* *as the only variable. You do not have to solve the equation.

Choose a number for the amount of beige tiles.

Beige | Navy-blue | Red | Total Tiles |

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Multiply the number of beige tiles by

Add the beige, red, and navy-blue tiles together to get the total number of tiles Susan bought. Did your total come out to