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a hotel offers the following specials: plan a is two nights and one meal for $106. plan b is 2 nights and 4 meals for #130. what price is the hotel charging per night and per meal ??

  • Algebra -

    Let x = nights and y = meals.

    2x + 4y = 130

    2x + y = 106

    Subtract second equation from first.

    3y = 24

    Solve for y, then put that value into one of the first two equations to find x. To check, put both values in the remaining equation.

  • Algebra -

    $48 per night
    $8 per meal

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