Algebra 1

Eric and Mark were at a ball game and visited the concession stand. They each got a hamburger, and Mark got lemonade and some cotton candy. Eric had a coupon for $2 off the cost. Mark paid the rest, which came to $14.50. Cotton candy costs $5, and a hamburger costs $4. How much is lemonade? (1 point)
$7.50
$1.50
$4.00
$3.50***

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  1. Write an equation:

    8 + 5 + x - 2 = 14.5

    13 + x - 2 = 14.5

    11 + x = 14.5

    x = 3.5, so your answer is correct.

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  2. Ok, Thx :)

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  4. $3.50 was right

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  5. Anyone know the answers to the Algebra 1 A semester test please?!

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  6. Your gonna get banned

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  7. This Mrs. Sue is fake, ignore her

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  8. I'm not fake. Guys do not give out answers.

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