Math Help PLEASE !

Paul delivers newspapers. He charges $2.25 per week for daily plus Sunday delivery, and $1.00 per week for Sunday delivery only.

Which expression below shoes how much Paul would collect in a week if he had 40 clients receiving daily plus Sunday delivery, and 25 clients receiving Sunday delivery only?

1. 40($2.25)+25($1.00)
2. 40($1.00)+25($2.25)
3. 40($1.25)+25($2.25)
4. 65($2.25)
5. Not enough information is given.

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  1. I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. I obviously need help to come up with an answer ...

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  3. Your problem states that he has 40 clients who pay $2.25 per week for daily plus Sunday.

    He has 25 clients who pay $1.00 a week for Sunday only delivery.

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  4. i say 3

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  5. The answer is number 1

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