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A truck is rented at $40 per day plus a charge per mile of use. The truck traveled 15 miles in one day and the total charge was $115. Which equation can be used to find the charge x, in dollars, per mile traveled? Here are the options: A. 40x + 15 = 115 B. 40 + 15x = 115 C. 40x + 15x = 115 D. 40 + 15 = 115x Please help ASAP!

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  1. anonymous
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    how many days was the trucked used?

  2. anonymous
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    It doesn't say.

  3. anonymous
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    read the second sentence and thats all we need

  4. anonymous
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    Is it B? That makes the most sense.

  5. anonymous
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    yes because the car was used only one day the other variable we are trying to find is hte miles so xhas to be on the second variable

  6. anonymous
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    Cool! Thanks for making sense of it.

  7. anonymous
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    np :D

  8. goformit100
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