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3 June, 09:45

The Zearn Fair charges $1.75 for entrance and $1.05 for each ride. Mr. Sawicki brings $20 with him to the fair. What is the greatest number of rides Mr. Sawicki can go on if he uses $2.50 for food? How much money can Mr. Sawicki spend in total

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  1. 3 June, 10:32
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    So

    Total money = 20

    Entrance fee = 1.75

    Food = 2.50

    Ride = 1.05

    Amount spend = 1.75 + 2.05 = 3.8

    Left for rides = 20 - 3.8 = 16.2

    So rides = 16.2 : 1.05 = 15

    I think atleast 15 rides
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