Math 8 = help!!!!!!!!!!
posted by Laruen .
Gina brought a magazine subcription. The magazine company charged $15.75 for the subcription and $2.15 for each issue. If Gina paid $45.85, how many issues did she receive?
$45.85  15/ 75?????
I'd been having a bit trouble with this question so this is what I think.

totalcost=n*2.15+15.75
n*2.15=45.8515.75=30.10
n=30.10/2.15= you do it. 
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