# Math

I posted this question earlier:

a.) Maddie works at a desighner store. She earns \$1925 per month plus 10% commission of her sales. Write an equation to show how much she makes

b.) one month she earned \$2725. Use your equation to show what her sales were that month

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1. she makes=1925+Sales( .10)

2725=1925+Sales(.10)

sales(.10)=800
sales=800/.1=8000

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2. so the equation would be : 1925x + .10

??

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posted by Olly
3. or would it be .10x + 1925

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posted by Olly
4. oh it would be the second one, thanks for everything:)

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