a nursery owner buys 9 panes of glass to fix some damage to his greenhouse the 9 panes cost 19.35 unfortunately he breaks 4 more panes while repairing the garage. what is the cost of another 4 panes?

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a nursery owner buys 9 panes of glass to fix some damage to his greenhouse the 9 panes cost 19.35 unfortunately he breaks 4 more panes while repairing the garage. what is the cost of another 4 panes?

the expression (1.26)2t reveals the approximate rate of increases in the number of plants semiannually.

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First we divide 19.35 by 9 to find how much it costs for 1 pane, 19.35/9=2.15$.

Then we multiply by 4 to get the cost of 4 panes, 2.15*4=8.60$. The cost of another 4 panes is 8.60$.

The answer would be 7 cages