Unformatted text preview: a: Week 3 CheckPoint ((‘@[email protected]@[email protected]@@[email protected]@@,. ® Exercise Score; 1 of 1 pt Question 2. 8. AssignmentScore: 88.3% [26.5'of 30 pts) 3|] of 3|] complete . - Miranda's ﬁnancial aid stipulates that her tuition not exceed $1500. Ifher college charges a $90
registration fee plus $475 per course, what is the greatest number of courses for which Miranda
can register? Miranda can register for at most 2.. courses.
(Your answer should be a whole number.) Question is complete. -A'II p._ar|'s shoviﬂrig
= Miranda's ﬁnancial aid stipulates that her tuition not exceed $1500. If her college charges a
$125 registration fee plus $350 per course, what is the greatest number of courses for which Miranda can register? Let n=the number of courses. Reword the problem and translate to an inequality as follows. The registration plus total cost cannot $1500-
fee of courses exceed
125 + 350 ' n S 1500 Solve the inequality for n. l25+350n g 1500
125+350n-125 5 1500-125 350n S 1375 Subtract 125.
Simplify. 35011 1375 _ _
350 S E D1mdeby350
n S 350 n g 3. 9 (rounded) Although the solution set ofthe inequality is all numbers less than or equal to 3.9, since
n=the number of courses, round down to 3. If Miranda registers for more than 3 courses, her tuition will exceed $1500. Miranda can register for at most 3 courses Question is complete. ...
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