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spidergirl51

  • 2 years ago

The cost of a charm bracelt is $12 without charms. There is an additional cost of $6 dollars for each charm added to the bracelt. Write an equation that could be used to find how many charms c, are on the bracelet that cost $96

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  1. znimon
    • 2 years ago
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    Well if each charm is 6$ and I buy two charms well that's just 6(2) so if I want toe buy three charms that's 6(3) or lets say "c" charms that's 6(c). I also buy one charm bracelet without charms is 12$. So the equation that follows from the situation is: 12 + 6(c) = 96

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    Where "c" can stand for any number of charms.

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