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1) the marching bad is selling cases of fruit for $11 a case. Write an algebraic expression for the total sales in dollars of c case.
i wrote: $11e

2) your job pays $7 per hour. Write an algebraic expression for your pay in dollars for working h hours
i wrote: $7(h)
are these correct?

  • algebra 2 word problems -

    Yup, they're correct, but for number one they ask you to use the variable c to represent the number of cases. So I would rewrite it as 11c

  • algebra 2 word problems -

    thanks was a typing error
    thanks

  • algebra 2 word problems -

    Determine whether y varies directly with x in
    6x 2 3 5 2y 2 3. If so, what is the constant of variation?

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