# Math (Algebra)

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3 robots go out to lunch. They decide to share the \$11.91 bill evenly. How much does each robot pay?

Equation: 3x = 11.91

#1. What does x represent?
#2. Solve for x.

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Solve this the same way I showed you in your last post.

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1. X= how much money each robot payed
2. Divide 11.91 by 3
3. Every robot pays \$3.97

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