algerbra

posted by .

A ride in a cab costs \$0.40 plus \$0.15 per mile.
a.Write an equation for traveling x miles in the cab.

• algerbra -

ride=.40+.15x

• algerbra -

0.4 + 0.15x = t

Similar Questions

1. ALGEBRA

A 5-mile cab ride costs \$9.30. A 11-mile cab ride costs \$17.70. Find a linear equation that models cost c as a function of distance d.
2. help

a 2-mi cab ride costs \$4.25. a 7-mi cab ride costs \$8.50. which equation models the cost y of a cab ride that is x miles?
3. Math

An average cab ride is 7.3 miles. The cost is \$3 for the first mile and \$0.20 for additional 1/10 mile. Write the formula for the cost of the cab ride function C(x). - did not match any documents. No pages were found containing " An …
4. algebra

A 5mile cab ride costs\$7.20 a 9 mile cab ride costs \$11.60 find a linear equation that models a relationship between cost c and distance d?
5. Algebra

A 2 mile cab cost \$5. A 6 mile cab costs \$9. Write an equation to model the cost: c of a cab ride miles: m.
6. algebra 2

A 2-mi cab ride costs \$1.70. A 7-mi cab ride costs \$3.70. Find a linear equation that models cost c as a function of distance d. a. c = 0.53d + 0.90 b. c = 0.85d + 2.00 c. c = 0.40d + 0.90 d = 0.40c + 2.00
7. math

A cab company charges \$2 per cab ride, plus an additional \$2 per mile driven. If a cab ride is 7 miles long, how much will it cost?
8. Math

"Cab companies often charge a flat fee for picking someone up and then charge an additional fee per mile driven. Pick a U.S. city and research the rates of two different cab companies in that city. Find companies that charge different …
9. math

Taxi Express charges \$2.60 plus \$3.65 per mile, and Cab Cruiser charges \$2.75 plus \$3.90 per mile. Which expression represents how much more (in dollars) Cab Cruiser charges than Taxi Express for a ride of mm miles?
10. Algebra

a. For the first company, express in words the amount the cab company charges per ride and per mile. Charge per ride: \$3 per mile \$0.50 b. Write an equation in slope-intercept, point-slope, or standard form. Explain why you chose the …

More Similar Questions