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29 November, 07:45

When at a conference, Mr. Gary rented a car for a fee of $62.50 plus $0.12 per mile he drives. What is the most miles Mr. Gary can drive without spending more than $320

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  1. 29 November, 07:58
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    2145.83 miles

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Equation

    y ≤ 62.50 + 0.12x

    Definitions

    y = the amount of money.

    x = the number of miles

    Solution

    320 ≤ 62.50 + 0.12x Subtract 62.50 from both sides

    320 - 62.50 ≤ 62.50 - 62.50 + 0.12x Combine

    257.50 ≤ 0.12x Divide both sides by 0.12

    257.50/0.12 ≤ 0.12x / 0.12 Do the division

    2145.83 miles ≤ x
  2. 29 November, 09:37
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    let x be the most miles Mr. Gary can drive without spending more than $320

    320 = $62.50 + $0.12*x

    x = 2145.8333miles = 12875/6

    Mr. Gary can drive 2145.8333miles without spending more than $320
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