1. Ed white

    solve this word problem suppose you have a job mowing lawns that pays $12 per hour you also have a job at a clothing store that pays $10 per hour you need to earn at least $350 per week but you can work no more than 35 hours per week you must work a
  2. algebra

    could you please help me? john needs to earn $693 to pay for trip. he finds job that pays $7 per hour and he mows lawns for $9. an hour a. write an inequality describing his goal in terms of hours at his job, x, and hours mowing lawns, y . i wrote 7x + 9y
  3. Math

    Cody wants to go on his senior class trip. He finds a job that pays $7 per hour and he also mows lawns for $9 an hour. He needs to earn $693 to pay for the trip, excluding spending money. 1. Write an inequality describing Cody's goal in terms of hours at
  4. Math

    Terry and Ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase the mowers and equipment for $1,300. They charge $15 for each lawn and use $2 worth of gas for each job. How many lawns must Terry and Ed mow before breaking even? a. 10 lawns b. 50 lawns c. 100
  5. Algebra 1

    erry and ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase mowers and equipment for $800. They charge $20 for each lawn and $4 worth of gas for each job. How many laws must Terry and Ed mow before breaking even? a .34 lawns b. 40 lawns c. 50 lawns d. 20 lawns
  6. math

    During the summer holidays,your brother earns extra money mowing lawns.He mows 6 lawns an hour and has 21 lawns to mow.How long will it take him?
  7. Algebra.

    Terry and Ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase mowers and equipment for $800. They charge $20 for each lawn and $4 worth of gas for each job. How many laws must Terry and Ed mow before breaking even? a .34 lawns b. 40 lawns c. 50 lawns d. 20 lawns
  8. math

    taryn and alastair both mow lawns. Each charges a flat fee to mow a lawn. The table shows the number of lawns in the past week, the time spent mowing lawns and the money earned. Taryn mowed 9 lawns. She spent 7.5 hrs mowing lawns. Taryn earned $112.50
  9. Microecon

    Juan mows lawns in his neighborhood for extra money. Suppose the demand for lawn mowing in Joe’s neighborhood is: QD = 48 – 2P and that the supply of lawn mowing (Juan’s willingness to mow lawns) is: Qs = -12 + P. The market-clearing price of lawn
  10. math

    lola is mowing lawns she mows 2/3 every 1/2 hour, how many lawns does she mow in 6 hours
  11. math

    Melissa returned home from mowing lawns at 4:15 PM. It took 1 and ¾ hours of an hour to mow the first lawn. The second and third lawns she mowed each took 1 and ⅕ hours. She took only a 45-minute break. When did Melissa begin mowing the first lawn?
  12. Math

    Taryn mowed lawns. Taryn mowed 9 lawns within the past week. Time spent mowing lawns (in hours)=7.5 Money Earned=$112.50 How much does Taryn charge to mow a lawn? $15.00 per hour Can you please check to see if this is correct? Thank you
  13. math

    at the beginning of the summer, conan had $180 in the bank. each week he deposits another $64 that he earns mowing lawns. is his account balance proportional to the number of week since he started mowing lawns?
  14. Math

    Tyler earns 7$ an hour mowing lawns. Write and solve an inequality that he can use to find at least how many hours he has to work to earn 100$
  15. pre algebra 1

    Sasha finished mowing lawns at 4:15 PM. It took 1^3/4 h to mow the first lawn. The second and third lawns she mowed each took 1^1/5 h. She took one 45-min break. When did Sasha begin mowing the first lawn? A. 10.05 A.M. B. 11:05 A.M. C. 11:21 A.M. D. 12:21
  16. Algebra

    Sarah has two part-time jobs and needs to earn at least $300 total per week. Job A pays her $10 an hour and job B pays $7.50 an hour. Write an inequality that represents this scenario. Name and label your variables, such as Job A= x.
  17. Algebra

    Sarah has two part-time jobs and needs to earn at least $300 total per week. Job A pays her $10 an hour and job B pays $7.50 an hour. Write an inequality that represents this scenario. Name and label your variables, such as Job A= x.
  18. Algebra 1

    suppose you can work a total of no more than 20 hours per week at your two jobs. Babysitting pays $5 per hour, and your cashier job pays $6 per hour. youneed to earn at least $90per week to cover your expenses. Write a system of inequalities that show s
  19. Algebra

    Sarah has two part-time jobs and needs to earn at least $300 total per week. Job A pays her $10 an hour and job B pays $7.50 an hour. Wite an equality that represents this scenario.
  20. Algebra 1

    What is the solution to the system? use elimination . -18.6x+ 17.2y=90.2 14.2x+ 3.4y= -35.8 a.(3,2) b.(-3,2) c.(2/3,4/9) d.(2,3) IS IT D?? Terry and ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase mowers and equipment for $800. They charge $20 for each lawn
  21. Algebra 1

    What is the solution to the system? use elimination . -18.6x+ 17.2y=90.2 14.2x+ 3.4y= -35.8 a.(3,2) b.(-3,2) c.(2/3,4/9) d.(2,3) IS IT D?? Terry and ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase mowers and equipment for $800. They charge $20 for each lawn
  22. algebra

    Mike works part-time at a grocery store. He also mows lawns to earn some extra money. He earns $9.50 per hour at the grocery store and $12 per hour for mowing lawns. He worked for a total of 40 hours last week. Which equation represents the relationship
  23. Math

    Hi i'm having trouble with a question. it states During the Summer you take 2 part time jobs. The first job pays $5 per hour. The 2nd Job pays $8 per hour. You want to earn at least $150 a week and work 25 hours or less a week. Write a system of
  24. Math Algebra 1

    suppose you ca work a total of no more than 20 hours per week at your 2 jobs. baby-sitting $5 per hour, and your cashier job pays $6 per hour. you need to earn at least $90 per week to cover your expences. question : write a system of inequalities that
  25. math

    If you know that an individual (72kg) has a side job mowing lawns and they do it 10 hours a week, then how many kilo-calories are expended each week doing this activity? [(METSx3.5xbody-weight inkg)/200=kcal/min
  26. math

    You have just received advertisements from 2 companies in your area: Greener Lawns and Lawns for Less. Greener Lawns charges an initial fee of $200, plus $50 per hour for labor costs. Lawns for Less charge an initial fee of $300, plus $25 per hour for
  27. algebra

    You can work a total of no more than 34 hours per week at your two jobs. House cleaning pays $8 per hour and your sales job pays $6 per hour. You need to earn at least $245 per week to cover your expenses. Write a system of inequalities that shows the
  28. Algebra

    Job A pays Edith $4 an hour. Job B pays her $8 an hour. She will work both jobs. She is able to work no more than 15 hours a week. She wants to earn at least $80 a week, working a combination of both jobs. Write a system of inequalities that can use used
  29. Algebra

    Terry and Ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase the mowers and equipment for $650. They charge $15 for each lawn and use $2 worth of gas for each job. How many lawns must Terry and Ed mow before breaking even?
  30. math

    If you're currently making $6.75 per hour and you're offered a new job that pays $7.47 per hour, how much more would you make per hour at the new job? A.$.28 B.$.72 C.$1.28 D.$1.72
  31. Math

    I am very confused on how to even begin figuring out the below problems: 1. Naomi has earned $54.00 mowing lawns the past two days. She worked 2 1/2 hours yesterday and 4 1/4 hours today. If Naomi is paid the same amount for every hour she works, how much
  32. Math

    kyle just started a new job that pays $7 per hour. He had been making $5 per hour at his old job. Kyle worked a total of 54 hours last month and made $388 before deductions. How many hours did he work at his new job?
  33. 9th grade

    kyle just started a new job that pays $7 per hour. He had been making $5 per hour at his old job. Kyle worked a total of 54 hours last month and made $388 before deductions. How many hours did he work at his new job?
  34. Math

    kyle just started a new job that pays $7 per hour. He had been making $5 per hour at his old job. Kyle worked a total of 54 hours last month and made $388 before deductions. How many hours did he work at his new job?
  35. ap calculus.linear

    i don't clearly understand questions 1 and 2. so the question have to be A+f??? When he was young, Captain Conundrum mowed lawns on weekends to help pay his college tuition bills. He charged his customers according to the size of their lawns at a rate of
  36. math 140

    Break-Even Analysis and Cost Analysis: As a first-time homeowner, there are going to many decisions that you need to make, such as whom to hire for the upkeep of your lawn. You have just received advertisements from 2 companies in your area: Greener Lawns
  37. math

    Break-Even Analysis and Cost Analysis: As a first-time homeowner, there are going to many decisions that you need to make, such as whom to hire for the upkeep of your lawn. You have just received advertisements from 2 companies in your area: Greener Lawns
  38. AP linear algb.

    i don't understand the question a and b. so question a, it have to be add all? When he was young, Captain Conundrum mowed lawns on weekends to help pay his college tuition bills. He charged his customers according to the size of their lawns at a rate of
  39. Math

    A student can work at a job that pays $4 an hour for 25 hours to earn $100 or can work at a second job that pays $5 per hour for $20 to earn $100. If the student spends time at each job, find two other amounts of time at each job needed to earn $100.
  40. Math

    During the summer, you mow lawns for extra money. One customer pays you to mow the lawn every 6 days and another customer pays you to mow the lawn every 9 days. If you mow both lawns today, in how many days will uou mow both lawns again on the same day?
  41. Math

    Ronald need to earn at least Php 2,500 from his two jobs to cover his weekly expenses.This week,he can work for at most 42 hours.His job as a gas station attendant pays Php 52.50 per hour while his job as parking attendant pays Php 40 per hour. A. Write a
  42. MATH

    Your friend asks you to help cut grass this summer and will pay you 2 pennies for the first job. You agree to help if he doubles your payment for each job completed. After 2 lawns, you will receive 4 pennies, and after 3 lawns, you will receive 8 pennies.
  43. matthematics

    Fiona has a a job that pays $7 an hour for a 40-hour work week and $10 an hour for every hour of overtime that she works. If she works 43 hours, how much money will she make before any deductions are made?
  44. Algebra

    The amount of money you earn mowing lawns at $15 per lawn? A=$1.50+$.80
  45. 8th grade

    Direct Variation: when you have a job that pays an hourly wage, the amount you earn varies directly with the number of hours you work. Suppose you earn $7.10/ hour working at the library.
  46. MaTh

    need help with word problem The Parks Department is planting a circular garden in the city park. The diameter of the garden is 10 feet. The concrete mowing strip is around the garden is one foot wide. What is the area of the mowing strip? A= 3.14 x 6
  47. econ

    Suppose you inherit $10,000 and decide to use the money to start a lawn-care business. You purchase a truck and a mower for $10,000 and start mowing lawns. Your annual cost for fuel and other supplies is $2,000. Now, instead of investing your money in the
  48. word problems

    you are considering 2 jobs. one job pays $350 per week plus 2% commission on all sales. The second job pays $1200 per month and 2.5% commission on all sales. assuming sales of $1000,000 during the year, which job pays the best?
  49. Algebra 1

    What is the solution to the system? use elimination . -18.6x+ 17.2y=90.2 14.2x+ 3.4y= -35.8 a.(3,2) b.(-3,2) c.(2/3,4/9) d.(2,3) IS IT D?? Terry and ed start a lawn mowing business and purchase mowers and equipment for $800. They charge $20 for each lawn
  50. economics

    Bob's lawn mowing service is a profit-maximizing competitive firm. Bob mows lawns for $27.00 each. His total cost each day is $280 , of which $30 is a fixed cost. He mows 10 lawns a day. What can you say about Bob's short-run decision regarding shut-down
  51. math

    Suppose your teacher tells you to write a word problem using the number 3. Which would be the best object to use in your problem? Explain. Then write and solve a word problem using that object. (tricycle, bike, wagon)
  52. Economics

    Suppose George is makeing $18 an hour installing electronic chips in handheld computers. Would your offer to work for $8 an hour get you the job? Why might a profit-maximizing employer turn down your offer? This is a bit of an open ended question. My offer
  53. Consumer Math

    Please help :) 1.You get a part-time job earning $8.60/hr. Tips are $3.25/hr on average. You work for 15 hours. What is your gross base pay? 2. You are paid $9.25/hr at your part-time job. You are considering working a part-time job for $5.90/hr that also
  54. Math

    Kevin mowed 6 lawns in 8 hours. What was his rate of mowing in hours per lawn?
  55. math

    You have two job offers on the table. The first job you will earn a weekly salary of $14 per hour. The second job offers you $7 per hour plus 30% commission. Explain how you would decide which job to take. What would be the deciding factor? Explain to your
  56. Math

    Max charges $3.50 per hour when he mows lawns, plus $6.oo for transportation expenses. Which function rule represents the amount y Max charges to mow lawns for x hours? A.y=9.50x*** B.y=6.00 + 3.50 C.y=3.50 + 6.00 D.y= 2.5x My answer is D
  57. Math

    my bad correction Max charges $3.50 per hour when he mows lawns, plus $6.oo for transportation expenses. Which function rule represents the amount y Max charges to mow lawns for x hours? A.y=9.50x B.y=6.00 + 3.50 C.y=3.50 + 6.00 *** D.y= 2.5x My answer is
  58. personl finance

    Bill Mason is considering two job offers. Job 1 pays a salary of $43,300 with $5,310 of nontaxable employee benefits. Job 2 pays a salary of $40,500 and $6,380 of nontaxable benefits. Use a 20 percent tax rate.
  59. math

    8 workers together at the same rate finished a painting job in 5 hours. hour long would it take 12 such workers working at the same rate to finish the same job? each worker finished____(fraction) of the job in one hour. 12 workers finished_____(fraction)
  60. math

    Julie has been offered two jobs. The first pays $400 per week. The second job pays $175 per week plus 15% commission on her sales. How much will she have to sell in order for the second job to pay as much as the first?
  61. algebra word problem: still stuck

    question: rachel allows herself 1 hour to reach a sales appt 50 miles away. after she has driven 30 miles, she realizes that she must increase her speed by 15mph in order to get there on time. what was her speed for the first 30 miles? Responses * college
  62. Matg

    kyle has a job at t shirts r us that pays $8.50 per hour" but requires an employee to purchase a uniform for $15. Kara works at caps n tees and earns $6 an hour. How many hours would kyle and kara have to work to earn the same pay?
  63. Math

    Larry mows the same-sized lawns in his neighborhood each weekend during the summer. Part A Each time Larry mows a lawn he uses 1/6 of a gallon of gasoline. If he has 2/3 of a gallon of gasoline, how many lawns can he mow before he needs to buy more
  64. Algebra story problem

    I need to turn this story into an algebra problem: Your cousin ears $25 per week babysitting and receives one $5 bonus. You earn $15 per week mowing lawns and $12 a week running errands. After working the same number of weeks, you have $11 more than your
  65. ALGEBRA

    Max charges $3.50 per hour when he mows lawns, plus $6.00 for transportation expenses. Which function rule represents the amount y Max charges to mow lawns for x hours? y = 9.50x y = 6.00x + 3.50 y = 3.50x + 6.00***** y = 2.5x
  66. Math

    A college student decides that school work limits him to a total of no more than 36  hours per week at his two part­time jobs. He earns $6 per hour hanging wall paper and 
  67. 3rd grade

    Good evening ~ I have 2 questions. Kelsey was assigned math homework. He was given 8 word problems to solve. He estimated that it would take him 5 mins. to solve each problem (THAT WOULD TAKE 40 MINS. FOR KELSEY TO COMPLETE HIS MATH HOMEWORK) ? HOW TO
  68. science

    Birds extract more food from a lawn than from an equivalent amount of prairie because 1. lawns contain more moisture than prairies 2. prairies occur at a higher elevation than lawns 3. lawns contain more food than prairies 4. temperatures are higher on
  69. Algebra 1

    You have decided to get a job to pay for a car to drive. You estimate it will cost you $300 per month to buy and maintain the car. You get a job that pays $9.10 per hour. Write an equation for your pay as a function of the hours worked (Use x for the hours
  70. Algebra 1

    You have decided to get a job to pay for a car to drive. You estimate it will cost you $300 per month to buy and maintain the car. You get a job that pays $9.10 per hour. Write an equation for your pay as a function of the hours worked (Use x for the hours
  71. Algebra 1

    You have decided to get a job to pay for a car to drive. You estimate it will cost you $300 per month to buy and maintain the car. You get a job that pays $9.10 per hour. Write an equation for your pay as a function of the hours worked (Use x for the hours
  72. Math

    Julie has been offered two jobs. The 1st one pays $400 per week. The 2nd job pays $175 per week plus 15% commision of her sales. How much will she have to sell i n order for the 2nd job to pay as much as the first? how do you do this? i don't know the
  73. help!/ very puzzled

    remon rented a sprayer and a genarator. On his first job, he used each peice of equipment for 6 hours at a total cost of $90. On his second job,he used the sprayer for 4 hours and the genarator for 8 hours at the cost of $100. what was the hourly cost of
  74. Math

    Ms.Sue would you mind checking my work? ----------------------------------------- Paulo has $145 his saving account. He earns $36 a week mowing lawns. If Paulo saves all of his earnings, after how many weeks will he have $433 saved? My answer~ 8 weeks
  75. Math

    . Mark pays $4.68 for 0.72 of a pound of almonds. Based on this cost ratio, which statement is true? A. Mark pays a rate of $3.37 per pound of almonds. B. Mark pays a rate of $3.96 per pound of almonds. C. Mark pays a rate of $5.40 per pound of almonds. D.
  76. Word puzzles

    Can you help me figure out this word puzzle? Job in Job Could it be an "inside job"? If i were to draw it the word job would be inside the o of the word job
  77. accounting

    Plumley Ad Agency contracted with a company to prepare an ad campaign. Plumley uses a job order costing system. Plumley estimates that the job will take 145 designer hours at $90 per hour and 85 staff hours at $45 per hour. Plumley uses two overhead rates
  78. Algebra II

    HELP! How do I set this problem up? Im confuzzled... Tom mows lawns and whitewashes fences during his summer vacation. He is paid $12 for each lawn mowed and $17 for each fence painted. Last month Tom did 105 jobs and made a total of $1410. How many of
  79. algebra

    It takes 7 hours for Isabella to rake leaves by herself.Her brother can work 3 times as fast.if they work together,how long will its take them to rake leaves? My answer: Isabella can do one job in 7 hours (1/7in one hour).Matthew does 3/4 of the job in one
  80. MATH

    An application of a rational function is T = (AB)/(A+B), which gives the time, T, it takes for two workers to complete a particular task where A & B represent the time it would take for each individual worker to complete the identical task. Estimate how
  81. Word problem solving with graph equation

    Assignment Part I: A system of equations can result in 3 possibilities: consistent, inconsistent, and dependent. Discuss each of these types of solution that can be generated, and describe the graph of each possibility. Part II: Break-Even Analysis and
  82. math 140 math for professional

    Assignment Part I: A system of equations can result in 3 possibilities: consistent, inconsistent, and dependent. Discuss each of these types of solution that can be generated, and describe the graph of each possibility. Part II: Break-Even Analysis and
  83. Math

    It costs Luis $5 to park his car at a parking meter for 2 hours. What is the price to park for 1 hour? Write a word sentence to help you solve the problem. Then write and solve a multiplication equation. Please help me.
  84. 5th grade math

    I need help with this problem..the answer and how you got it. thanks amy gets 1 hour for lunch at her job. today she used 1/4 hour to eat and 2/5 hour to run an errand. she spent the rest of her lunchtime writing a letter. how may minutes did amy spend
  85. Math

    A boy is mowing a rectangular lawn 40ft long and 30ft wide. He has cut all of it except for a rectangle that is 20ft long and 15ft wide. What fractional part of the lawn remains uncut? I need helping figuring out how to solve this. My answer sheet says its
  86. Math

    If a person walks 1/2 of a mile in each 1/4 of an hour, what is the rate per hour at which they walk? A. Write an expression to represent the problem? B. Solve the problem.
  87. Economics

    Suppose George is making $18 an hour installing electronic chips in hand held computers. Would you offer to work for $8 an hour to get you the job? Why might a profit-maximizing employer turn down you offer?
  88. economics

    Suppose George is making $18 an hour installing electronic chips in hand held computers. Would your offer to work for $8 an hour get you the job? Why might a profit-maximizing employer turn down your offer?
  89. SS

    What is the main purpose of a market? a. to allow people to exchange goods and services b. to set prices for goods and services c. to help producers get human resources d.to increase competition between buyers and sellers A A relative price compares
  90. pre algebra

    steve and ramon earned a total of 104 $ mowing lawns.if ramon earned 3 times as much as steve, how much did each boy earn ?
  91. math help ASAP

    Rico made a function table to illustrate the rate he charges for mowing lawns. Complete the table. Then write a function rule for the function. (1 point) ( ) = blank Hours (h) 1 2 3 4 5 Earnings (E) ( ) ( ) ( ) $22.00 $27.50 a. $5.75, $11.50, $17.25; E =
  92. Algebra

    I cannot solve the problem please help me. I'm suppose to set the equations up to solve for t. x = y + rt + at^2/2 Even when I plug in the values I don't get the answer. x = 16.4 y= 0 r= 0*cos(45)a=0 t is suppose to equal 2.32 if I set the problem up
  93. algebra

    Four friends together earned 128 mowing lawns. After paying an amount g for gasoline, they shared the money equally. Which equation shows the amount of each friend will receive? A. f(g) = 128 - g/4 B. f(g) = 128/4-g C. f(g) = 128-g/4 D. f(g) = 128-g-4
  94. 8th grade math

    Sue whants to by a new printer that costs $189.She has $125 saved.She has a job that pays $8.00 an hour.How many hours must she work to earn enough to buy the printer?
  95. Math

    I an taking the SAT this week and I am so screwed. I keep getting these types(and ratio and probability- tips?) of questions wrong on practices. I basically set up a chart for d(distance/amount of sth), v(speed/rate), and t(time) and try to fill it out. I
  96. Math

    John has two part time jobs. He works no more than 40 hours per week. He earns $6 per hour from the first job and $8 per hour from the second job. To cover his expenses, he needs to earn at lease $210 per week. Which of the following system of linear
  97. English

    Let's play the word game with slides. This is Team 1 and this is Team two. You should pick an item and I will click on the picture. Then you have to solve the problem. According to the score with the problem, you will get the point. I will give you a small
  98. math

    david wants to buy a motorcycle for2500. He has no money in his savings. He gets a job where he earns $50 an hour. how many 8 hour work days will it take to reach his goal of 2500? Must write an equation to represent the situation then solve and explain.
  99. Algebra

    Need some Homework help for my son and I am not doing so great figuring out the correct answer- all explanations a greatly appreciated..... he has the following 3 part word problem. Josh mows lawns after school and earns $25 for each lawn mowed. 1. write a
  100. Math please help me

    1.Sam got a new job with a $7.00 per hour raise. He worked for 5 hours and got paid $85.00. How much did he make before the raise? A) $10.00 per hour B) $11.00 per hour C) $12.00 per hour D) $13.00 per hour 2.Claire has a part time job walking dogs Monday