Posted by **Olly** on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 9:53pm.

i need help on a couple of questions. I did all my other questions but i need a lot of help with the word problems...

1. The side length of a small square is s. A larger square has a perimeter of 124.8 cm. Its sides are 3.2 cm longer than those of the small square.

a) represent the situation with an equation of the form a(x + b) = c. Then determine the side length of the smaller square.

b.) verify your solution by using a model.

2. Valerie bought five packages of golf balls on sale for $29.50. Each package had a discount of $2.75. Write and solve an equation to determine the regular price of each package.

thanks :) and im sorry i reposted this

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