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    Well, she drove 200 miles, at a pay of $0.60 per mile travelled. 200 * 0.6 = 120 She got payed $120 for her 200 miles traveled. Since she gets payed $50 per day, and she got paid $1500 for her food and lodging, she traveled for 30 days as 1500/50 = 30 (Part C answer) If you were to determine her total pay: Using variables x for: number of days spent on trip Y: number of miles traveled. Total pay = 50x + 0.6y If you'd rather have only the equation for the number of days spent on her trip: X = (1620- 0.6(200))/50. (Part A answer) Solving for x: X = (1620 - 0.6(200))/50 X = (1620 - 120)/50 X = (1500)/50 X = 30 (Part B answer)

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    Thank you :)

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    no problem just ask me or message me

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