# Algebra

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you start a pet sitting service. you spend \$35 on advertising. You plan to change \$5 on a day to watch each pet. a) write an equation to relate your daily income y to the number of pets x you watch. b) how many days do you need to watch a pet to pay for advertising?

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daily income=5*P - 35

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oops.

daily income=5*P or
y=5P

total income= Numberdays*5*P for one pet, and total income of 35, you need to
have number days 7

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