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1. Mr. Davis bought solar lights for a pathway at his house. The lights cost $29.95 each and have an additional delivery charge of $2.00 per light. How much did Mr. Davis pay for seven solar lights with delivery? ($2.00 + $29.95) x 7 = $223.65 2. It costs Edgar $2.65 one way to ride the bus to work. He uses the bus to go to and from work four daysper week. He buys a bottle of water that costs $1.45 on his way to work each day. How much does it costEdgar to ride the bus and buy water for one week?So the bus ticket cost $2.65 and he takes it four days a week and his water cost $1.45 and he also buys itfour times a week the equation would be 4x($5.80 + 1.45) = 4($5.80) + ($1.45) = ($5.80+ $21.20)= $27.453. According to the 2010 FIVB (Federation Internationale de Volleyball) Rules casebook, theplaying court is the area bounded by the court lines. Each side of the court is a rectangleMeasuring 8 meters by 4 meters. Draw a picture and label the dimensions of the entire court.Then use the distributive property to find the area of the playing court.So to do this we multiply the area of the rectangle so its 8 x 4 = 32 so each side of the court is 32 metersSo its (32 + 32) = 64 or 8(4 + 4) = 64