anonymous
  • anonymous
Cost of Renting a Truck. The cost of renting a truck is $280 per week plus a charge of $0.30 per mile driven. (a) Write a linear equation that relates the cost C for a weekly rental in which the truck is driven x miles. C = (b) What is the rental cost if you drive 600 miles in a week
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, you can get an idea of what the problem is asking by looking for key words. So the base cost of renting the car is $280 for one week, *plus* a charge of 30 cents per x miles. So the linear equation would be 280+.30x. To find the total cost for renting the car and driving 600 miles, simply multiply .30 by x=600.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, you can get an idea of what the problem is asking by looking for key words. So the base cost of renting the car is $280 for one week, *plus* a charge of 30 cents per x miles. So the linear equation would be 280+.30x. To find the total cost for renting the car and driving 600 miles, simply multiply .30 by x=600.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A.) C=280+0.3x

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anonymous
  • anonymous
plug 600 into the equation
anonymous
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$460

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