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moazzam07

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Trina's Toy Company charges $0.85 per pound to ship toys. Part A: Write an equation to determine the total cost, c, to ship p pounds of toys. Use your equation to determine the cost of shipping 2 pounds of toys. (6 points) Part B: If the company reduces the cost to ship toys by 0.05 per pound, write an equation to determine the total cost, c, to ship p pounds of toys with the reduced cost. (4 points)

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  1. jjwalton04
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    Which Part do you not understand?

  2. moazzam07
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    both

  3. moazzam07
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    Can you explain how to do both parts please @ jjwalton04

  4. moazzam07
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    @jjwalton04

  5. jjwalton04
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    ok hold on

  6. jjwalton04
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    Part a=\[0.85p=c\] is the main equation and we need to find the price for two pounds sowe plug in 2 for p and just solve 0.85*2=?

  7. jjwalton04
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    Easy enough right?

  8. moazzam07
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    yes

  9. jjwalton04
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    So when your finished you should get 0.85*2=1.7 Theres A. Now for b, Step one 0.85-0.05 Step two 0.80*2=1.6

  10. moazzam07
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    step one - 0.8 step two -

  11. moazzam07
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    0.80*2=1.6

  12. jjwalton04
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    Yep Thats it.

  13. moazzam07
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    Ok so im done?

  14. jjwalton04
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    Lets see, we explained the price for two pounds and we explained the price for two pounds with the deducted price so...... Yeah

  15. jjwalton04
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    Btw the format is p*x=c

  16. moazzam07
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    thanks

  17. jjwalton04
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    well price*pounds=cost

  18. moazzam07
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    ok thank you

  19. jjwalton04
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    Anytime, if you need me again just tag me

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