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Homework Help: Algebra 2
Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 8:01pm.


Ahmad will rent a car for a day. The rental company offers two pricing options: Option A and Option B. For each pricing option, cost (in dollars) depends on miles driven, as shown below.

Costindollars
Milesdriven
OptionA
OptionB
(a)
If Ahmad drives the rental car 150 miles, which option costs less?
Option A
Option B
How much less does it cost than the other option?
$30
(b)
For what number of miles driven do the two options cost the same?
75
If Ahmad drives more than this amount, which option costs more?
Option A
Option B

asked by Anonymous
  1. Before posting this problem again, take a look at just what you have written. DON'T MAKE A NEW POST. Just fix the mistakes as a new reply to this one!

    You have given no details about the options. Always review your posting after it is done, and see what the heck you have done. Posting the same thing over and over without fixing what's wrong just irritates folks!!!

    posted by Steve

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