anonymous
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Part 1: Write an expression for the following real-world situation. If Mr. Jackson earns $1000 for every used car he sells and $2000 for every new car he sells, how much would he make if he sold "u" used cars and "n" new cars? Part 2: Write a real-world situation of your own and a VARIABLE expression to go with it.
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anonymous
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for this problem we'll start by making two equations, one that represents money made from used cars, and another that represents money made from new cars
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
so for every used car that Mr J sells he makes $1000, so if he sells two used cars he will make two times that amount, if he sells three he will make three TIMES that amount, so if he sells u amount of cars, he will make u times $1000

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anonymous
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so our first equation looks like this (number of used cars) times $1000 = amount of money made
anonymous
  • anonymous
making sense so far?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yess
anonymous
  • anonymous
good so our second equation is the same thing but with new cars, the number of new cars times $2000 equals the amount of money he makes (number of new cars) x $2000 = amount of money made from new cars
anonymous
  • anonymous
so we have two equations \[u \times $1000 = m1\] and \[n \times $2000 = m2\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
you see ive inserted variables, that make sense?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yess It Makes Sense
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so now we need to make a third equation, m1 + m2 = T (amount of money from used cars) + (amount from new cars) = (total amount of money)
anonymous
  • anonymous
we then substitute the first two equations into the third to make (u x 1000) + (n x 2000) = T
anonymous
  • anonymous
and that's your equation, does that make sense?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea It Dose !
anonymous
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yay
anonymous
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do you want help with the next part?

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