anonymous
  • anonymous
Parker earned $26 by selling 20 glasses of fresh-squeezed lemonade at his lemonade stand on a Saturday morning. He charged $1.00 for a small glass and $1.50 for a large glass. Use a model to determine how many large glasses he sold. 8 10 12 14
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anonymous
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radar
  • radar
Hi, let me think about it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alright. Thanks man. :)

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radar
  • radar
Here is one way it can be worked. Let x = the number of large glasses sold. then: 20-x = the number of small glasses sold $1.5x + $1(20-x) = $26.00 Are you with me so far, please ask question if confused.
radar
  • radar
No questions seen so we will continue. $1.5x+$20-$x=$26.00 $.5x=$6 x=12 that is the number of large glasses sold Number of small glasses sold is 8. Did you follow with understanding?
radar
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh hi. Sorry. I was afk.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you so much for the help. I did understand. :)
radar
  • radar
Good luck with your studies.

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