You are at the music store to buy some CDs. You have $45 to spend and the store sells CDs for 12.99 each. Write an inequality that represents the number, n, of CDs that you can buy without spending more money than you have.
you are at the music store looking for CDs. the store has CDs for $10 and $15. you have $55 to spend. write an equation that represents the different numbers of $10 and $15 CDs you can buy. hmm now.. how do i do this?
1. If you want to buy books, to which floor do you have to go? - I have to go to the 4th floor. 2. On which floor can you buy a shirt? - I can buy a shirt on the 3rd floor. 3. Where can you buy shoes? - On the first floor. 4. At
I have a math problem. Joleen saved $85 dollars from babysitting to spend on CDs. Every Monday a music store has all CDs on sale for $5.95 each. How much change will she receive buying as many CDs as possible? Thanks
Caitlin has a $10 gift certificate to a music store. She has chosen a number of CDs from the $7 bargain bin.If the cost of the CDs is $32 after the gift certificate is credited how many CDs did she buy?
Julia works at a music store. One of her jobs is to stock new CDs on the shelf. A recent order arrived with 215 classical CDs, 125 jazz CDs and 330 soft rock CDs. Julia needs to place the CDs on sale racks with 5 CDs in each
George bought some CDs at his local store. He paid $15.95 for each CD. Nora bout the same number of CDs from a store online. She paid $13.95 for each CD, but had to pay $8 for shipping. In the end, both George and Nora spent the
A music store holds a half-price sale on all CDs. During the sale, people buy more CDs than usual. What does this event show? A. inelasticity of demand B. the substitution effect C. the law of demand D. the income effect