8th Grade Math Help😔

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110/3 = 36.66 so that’s for one day

so it would be:

10(36.66)= 355.6 + 35 so it would be: 390.6

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Go to the face reveal. It has more hype.

One solution coming right up!
can’t say it’s right or wrong though, so please! correct me if I’m wrong!


sorry if this is late! but I hope it helps you in the long run! plus if anyone needs this file, I can send in thru email! just pm!

Let’s start this off the easy calculation:

Second rental company formula is y = 28x + 15. (Plug in 10 for X)
y = 28 (10) + 15 ===> 295
Total: $295 for a 10 day rental.

First rental car company says they’re charging a 35 dollar one-time fee.
y = 35 + (expression)

We have to figure out what expression they’re asking for.

We know that there is a rate of $110 for a 3 day rental.

To get the rate PER day, requires a division.
$110 / 3 day will gives a cost per day. This is equal to 36.6.… (continued)

Now let’s plug in the expression:
y = 35 + 36.67x (where X represents the number of days, in which case is 10)
y = 35 + 36.67 (10) ===> 401.7
Total $401.7 for a 10 day rental.

The better deal is the second rental company!

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I’m pretty sure the 35 represents a one-time fixed fee, not the cost per day for the first rental company. This math question is not phrased the best way, imo!