anonymous
  • anonymous
Jeremy wants to buy a new computer. The saleswoman says the the can make a down payment and then pay for the computer installments. Here's a formula that describes this scenario: t=x+yz T=total price x=amount down y=money each month z=number of months If Jeremy puts $600 down and pays $35 per month for 12 months, how much will the computer cost?
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perl
  • perl
This can be solved by plugging in.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont get it tho like what is the total amount?
anonymous
  • anonymous
x=600 y=35 z=12

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The total would be 1,020 for the computer
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thank you

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