anonymous
  • anonymous
A concession stand charges $2.00 per soda and $0.50 per candy bar. Write an expression for the amount of money you would need to buy x sodas and y candy bars.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
$2.00 per soda $0.50 per candy bar
anonymous
  • anonymous
been Stuck On This For A While
rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
if you want to buy x sodas, it costs you 2x

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rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
if you want to buy y candy bars, it costs you 0.5y
anonymous
  • anonymous
2x + (0.5)y
rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
So total amount of money you would need = 2x + 0.5y
anonymous
  • anonymous
is that the expression
anonymous
  • anonymous
m=2x+0.5y
rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
yes "2x + 0.5y" is the expression
rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
nice, you calling money m, and expressing it as : m = 2x + 0.5y
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea it easier for me
rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
^good
dan815
  • dan815
future mathematician is coming up haha
rsadhvika
  • rsadhvika
who OnlylnID
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please tell me about the word Concession used in the question.. is it about price reduction or it is simply price of items??

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