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Hunus: A rental company charges $26.50 to rent a wheelchair for the first week and $21.50 for every week after the first. If Sarah's rental fee was $69.50, which equation could be used to find out how many weeks (w) she used the wheel chair?

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  1. sakigirl
    • 4 years ago
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    You don't have to simplify it :) and again, thank you so much. I am really grateful!

  2. Hunus
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    \[26.50+21.50x=69.50\] \[21.50x=43\] \[x=2\]

  3. sakigirl
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    There's D. 21.5(w-1)+26.5=69.5 B. 26.5w-21.5=69.5 and then there's E. 21.5(w-1)=69.5 but no 26.5+21.5x=69.5

  4. Hunus
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    D. 21.5(w-1)+26.5=69.5

  5. Hunus
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    Sorry lol. Forgot to count 26.50 as the first week

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