Algebra 2

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to get you started:

sqrt(8)=sqrt(2*2*2)=2[sqrt(2)]

sqrt(18)=sqrt(2*3*3)=3[sqrt(2)]

• Algebra 2 -

A wild fire center presents a program about birds of prey the center charges a basic of \$325 and an additional fee for each bird exhibited if 5 birds are exhibited the additional fee is \$125 what is the total cost if 7 birds exhibited Please help me badly

• Algebra 2 -

if the additional fee is \$125 to exhibit 5 birds, how much does it cost to exhibit 1 bird?

\$125/5 = ?

now that you know the additional fee for each bird, find the total cost if 7 birds were exhibited

\$325 + (7)(?) = ___

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