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anonymous
 2 years ago
How do I write the following word problem algebraically so that it can be solved in as a system of equations?
A downtown employee is looking for the best option for parking a car during a 5 day work
week. One parking garage offers unlimited parking at a flat $200 rate per month. Another garage
offers an hourly $1 rate for parking. Which option is best for the employee on a monthly basis?
anonymous
 2 years ago
How do I write the following word problem algebraically so that it can be solved in as a system of equations? A downtown employee is looking for the best option for parking a car during a 5 day work week. One parking garage offers unlimited parking at a flat $200 rate per month. Another garage offers an hourly $1 rate for parking. Which option is best for the employee on a monthly basis?

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