Math

The average price in dollars to rent a studio in Back Bay, Boston, Ma. can be approximated by the equation p=30.2t +
587,where t is the number of years since 1990. Solve this equation for t and use the new equation to determine approximately what year it will be when the average price of a studio in this city reaches \$1432.60.

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1. 30.2 t + 587 = 1432.6 Subtract 587 to both sides

30.2 t + 587 - 587 = 1432.6 - 587

30.2 t = 845.6 Divide both sides by 30.2

t = 845.6 / 30.2

t = 28

1990 + 28 = 2018

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2. I appreciate your help Bosnian, Thanks.

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