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Unformatted text preview: $2.10, the rate is $0.30, and the ride is 25 tenths of a mile. C = 2.10 + .30(250) C = $77.10 If the driver usually fills his tank of gas twice, at $50 a time, how many rides does the driver have to give to make his goal of $300 profit a day? 77.10x = 400 X = 5.2. Im using $400 here because if he spends 50 dollars twice a day thats $100. In order to get a profit of $300 he needs to earn $400. 4.) The Jacksons plan a 3-Week trip with a budget of $600 for renting a car. Car rental rates are $135/week plus $0.17/km. Write a formula to show the number of kilometers the Jacksons can travel. 600 3(135) = 195/.17 = 1.15 600 405 = 195 How many kilometers can the Jacksons travel based on your formula? The Jacksons can travel 1.15km with $195 left....
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