In London

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Omg I love you!!

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Who?

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Both of yall

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Iâ€™m gonna do my face reveal

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The confidence. I could never!!! I look like a wreck

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This is Hogwarts

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So do i

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Have you even read the bookðŸ˜±

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Iâ€™m deleting the convos that are off topic to prevent getting flagged ^^

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I honestly donâ€™t even care

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110/3 = 36.66 so thatâ€™s for one day

so it would be:

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

OMG I THINK I GOT IT

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Congrats

She thinks she got it

Nvm I could be wrong

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Go to the face reveal. It has more hype.

One solution coming right up!
canâ€™t say itâ€™s right or wrong though, so please! correct me if Iâ€™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!

Letâ€™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 theyâ€™re charging a 35 dollar one-time fee.
`y = 35 + (expression)`

We have to figure out what expression theyâ€™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.â€¦ (continued)

Now letâ€™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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Iâ€™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!