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For some rock concerts, people will line up for hours or even days in advance to get tickets. A friend offers to stand in line for tickets to a rock concert, which cost $45 a piece, if you’ll pay him $12 to do so. How much money would you need to give your friend for 10 tickets? please provide an expression if u can

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Well each ticket costs $45, and you need 10 so we multiply 45 & 10. 45*10=$450. He'll need $450 dollars to give to his friend for 10 tickets plus don't forget he also has to pay his friend $12 dollars to stand in line, so $450+12=$462
thats it right?
what about an expression isnt it 45x+12

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Oh whoops sry got to put it in an expression wait, yep 45x+12 is the expression :)
oh okay then I have a follow up question
never mind I got it thanks for your help
no prob. :)

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