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PLZZZ HELPP!! Silva set up a dog-walking business. He earned $60 in June. He is projected to earn 110% more in July. How much is Silva projected to make in July? $126 $170 $176 $660

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  1. anonymous
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    @keshaun455

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    @taylorz115820

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    What is 110% as a decimal?

  4. anonymous
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    1.10 @taylorz115820

  5. anonymous
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    Yes so do 1.1•60 then add the answer you get to that to 60 so the equation would be (1.1•60)+60

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    Okay I got it it's A can u see if I did this other question right? @taylorz115820

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    Ok but after this last one I have to go

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    Okay

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    A matinee movie ticket costs $6.50 per child. Which equation can be used to calculate the matinee ticket price, M, for n children? M = 6.50n n = 6.50M M equals 6.50 over n n equals 6.50 over M Is it the first answer? @taylorz115820

  10. anonymous
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    Yes good job

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    Thanks

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    Ok I have to go good luck

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    Thanks bye @taylorz115820

  14. anonymous
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    Np

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