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Can someone help me with the attached problem? Please?

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    \[ P=10.03\cdot x-77 \]

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    How do we get the answer though? I want to show all the steps.

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    if x is the numbers of cars serviced and u charge 10.03 per car then your revenue is x times 10.03

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    Okay. Do you know how to do part b?

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    your costs are 77 (fixed) then the profit is what i posted first

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    And?

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    for part b: \[ 3022=10.03\cdot x-77 \]

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    Then would you subtract 10.03-77 and divide the answer*x by 3022 to solve for x?

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    first add 77 to both sides then divide by 10.03

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    Okay, and whatever I get after is the answer?

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    yes

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    what do u get??

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  14. hiralpatel121 Group Title
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    And how would I write the answer in sentence form?

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    what do u mean??

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    like in school???

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    i don't know. maybe "if your costs are $77 and u charge $10.03 per car serviced, then in order to make a profit of $3022 u have to have serviced around 309 cars"

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    does it sound OK????

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