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posted by Jerald .
1.The cost of a soda at Paul's Pizza is $1.69. Refills are $0.45 each. Gabe ordered a cola and had it refilled 3 times. Which equation can be used to find d, the cost in dollars of Gabe's cola?
A.d=3(1.69+0.45)
B.d=1.69+3(0.45)
C.d=1.69+0.45+3
D.d=3(1.69)+0.45
B
2.Ricky told Elias that the total number of goals scored in his soccer game was one less than twice as many in Elias' game. Elias knows that his team scored 5 goals. WHich equation could Elias use to find x, the number of goals Ricky's team scored?
A.x=2(5)
B.x=12(5)
C.x=2(5)1
D.x=7
c
3.Susan, Charlie, and Keisha ordered a large meatball sandwich for $6.75,3 drinks for $1.05 each, and 2 bags of chips for $0.95 each. If they split the cost equally, which equation can be used to find a, the amount in dollars and cents each person should pay not including tax?
A.a=(6.75+3 x 1.05 + 2 x 0.95)/3
B.a=6.75+(3 x 1.05 + 2 x 0.95)/3
C.a=3(6.75 + 1.05 + 0.95)/3
D.a=(6.75+1.05+0.95)/3
B

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