Algebra inequalitys: The initial cost to rent a bike is $4. Each hour the bike is rented costs $1.75. Joey is going to rent a bike and can spend at most $18.00. Write and solve an inequality to find how long he can rent the bike.

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Algebra inequalitys: The initial cost to rent a bike is $4. Each hour the bike is rented costs $1.75. Joey is going to rent a bike and can spend at most $18.00. Write and solve an inequality to find how long he can rent the bike.

h = hours

1.75h + 4 <_ 18

or 1.75h + 4 is less than or equal to 18

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(a)0.75x+1200=3.50x

(b)[tex]x=436.36\approx 436, Break-Even \:Point[/tex]

(c)0.75x+1200<3.50x

(d)[tex]x436.36\approx 436[/tex]

It means the store needs to sell more than 436 funnel cakes to make a profit

Step-by-step explanation:

Given the Cost and revenue function of John boy and Mary Ellen's food stand below:

C= 0.75x+1200.

R=3.50x

(a)When Cost = Revenue

Then:

0.75x+1200=3.50x

(b)To solve the equality from part (a) above

0.75x+1200=3.50x

Collect like terms

1200=3.50x-0.75x

1200=2.75x

Divide both sides by 2.75

[tex]x=436.36\approx 436[/tex]

When Cost equals revenue, it is the Break-Even Point. It means the food stand will have to sell 436 funnel cakes to break even.

(c) When Cost is Less than Revenue

[tex]C(x)<R(x)\\0.75x + 1200<3.50x[/tex]

(d)Solving the inequality

C(x)<R(x)

0.75x + 1200<3.50x

Collect like terms

1200<3.50x-0.75x

1200<2.75x

Divide both sides by 2.75

[tex]436.36<x[/tex]

[tex]x436.36\approx 436[/tex]

It means the store needs to sell more than 436 funnel cakes to make a profit.

6 > 6 - a

3 < 3 + c

Step-by-step explanation:

Since you are told that there are less than six assignments, a represents what is taken away from the six. the result of 6 - a would be less than 6 itself.

Same concept can be connected with the other example. this time c is what you add to the 3 chores. The value of 3 + c will be greater than 3 itself

Hope this helps.

5x - 8 < 37 and x < 9

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again, sorry if it's wrong.

5x - 8 < 37

+8 +8

5x < 45

5 5

x < 9

D is the answer for the question

a

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2x + 6 = 10 is an example of Algebraic Equation

answer: im gonna go with milli

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yes

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21

jk it's 20

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the answer is ily, have a great day

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im sorry, im not good at math babe i wish i could help