• anonymous
Englebert wants to buy a new car, and has narrowed his choices down to 2 possibilities. The first possibility is a hybrid that gets 100 miles per gallon gas mileage, but costs $35,000. The second possibility is a sedan that gets 25 miles a gallon but only costs $20,000. Englebert is going to pay cash for either car. He drives 25,000 miles a year, in an area where the gas price is $4.00 a gallon. •For both the hybrid and sedan cases, write linear equations that show what Englebert's cost of ownership is versus the years he owns the cars. Work collectively with your classmates on this pro
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  • anonymous
y=35000+1000x cost for hybrid per year y=20000+4000x cost for sedan per year

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