I was literally up the whole night-
Wait till you go to grade 11. That shit will tear you apart!
Lmaoaoapaoaoaoao. But I’m pretty good at math tho
The question says he wants to rent a car for 10 days. The first company charges a $35 rental fee and $110 for 3 days. If he wants it for 10 days, based on the rate, he would need to pay around $366.67. Add 35 to that, and you get $401.67.
I’m not sure if I’m reading this right.
Find for x it would be: 25
Sub it in
Y=25x+ 35 <- you sub in 10 your answe would be 285
Y= 28x + 15
Sub the 10 you get:
i heard 11th grade was the hardest year :0
Since the first option is cheaper, obviously the first option LMAO I’m trying to do this while brushing my teeth
Hang on. I read the problem that its $35 plus $110 per three days?
So the equation would be:
y = $35 + ( ($110/3) * 10)
Which means that Y = $401.67?
Its not bad if you have a good teacher. I had a great teacher and ended with an 87% average so its not that bad.
I thought you guys were done?
That’s what I’m thinking too.
You can’t divide, you’d have to multiply. For every 3 days it’s 110
We have conflicting answers. Some people say first company while some say second.
He wants to rent for 10 days. So the first company would be more. You would divide 110 by 3 to see the rate for each day then multiply by 10.
Haha Im in Geometry and that’s harder than Alegbra 1, im in 9th grade as well!
You’re reading my formula wrong.
I divided by 3 to get the cost PER DAY then multiplied by 10.
No you don’t divide $110 by 3 because that is your total amount and $35 is included as well in the $110
You also cannot multiply 10 at the end because the that first equation only gives you the result for 3 days, so you’re basically saying 3 days plus 10 days
I love how you added a math problem onto the forums.
The question doesn’t say that it totals 110.