warpedkitten
  • warpedkitten
Grayson charges $35 per hour plus a $35 administration fee for tax preparation. Ian charges $45 per hour plus a $15 administration fee. If h represents the number of hours of tax preparation, for what number of hours does Grayson charge more than Ian?
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Grayson's equation: 35h + 35. Ian's equation: 45h + 15. Set both equations equal to one another to figure out the number of hours Grayson charges more than Ian.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Once you've gotten the solution, plug it back into both equations to see if Grayson charged less/more than/equal to Ian.
mathstudent55
  • mathstudent55
Grayson: 35h + 35 Ian: 45h + 15 You want to know for what values of h Grayson charges more, so you need to solve this inequality for h: 35h + 35 > 45h + 15

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