# Algebra

Yolanda is buying a car with a base price of \$16,750. She must also pay the options, fees, and taxes shown. The car dealership will give her 48 months to pay off the entire amount. Yolanda can only afford to pay \$395 each month. Will she be able to buy the car? Explain

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1. What are the options, fees, and taxes shown?

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Ms. Sue
2. The options are \$500, the fees are \$370 and the taxes are \$1,425

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3. 16,750 + 370 + 500 + 1,425 = total cost

Divide the total cost by 48.

Is it more or less than 395?

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Ms. Sue
4. Add up all the options, fees, and taxes that Yolanda needs to pay. Then divide the total cost by 48 (the months that the car dealership gave to pay off the entire amount).

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5. No because 16850+500+370+1425=19045. 19045/48=396.77083333333.

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6. no

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7. No add up the base price options fees and taxes the sum you would divide it by 48 and that would be 396 and that is more than 395.So the answer is NO

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8. Thank you I needed this for homework

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9. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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10. Sup brother

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11. Thanks

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12. i just wanted a car

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13. Hey, she is impersonating me-
I just needed that car-

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