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I don't want the answer i want help on how to solve it ( i medal ) Rita's company reimburses her expenses on food, lodging, and conveyance during business trips. The company pays $55 a day for food and lodging and $0.45 for each mile traveled. Rita drove 300 miles and was reimbursed $2,335. Part A: Create an equation that will determine the number of days x on the trip. (3 points) Part B: Solve this equation justifying each step with an algebraic property of equality. (6 points) Part C: How many days did Rita spend on this trip? (1 point)

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  1. anonymous
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    Can someone work me through each part please ?

  2. anonymous
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    first on part A you have to figure out the days to put the X beside it then figure out how many miles she drove.

  3. anonymous
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    how do i figure what number to put x next to ?

  4. anonymous
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    you will read in the part A and it will tell you

  5. anonymous
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    okay ? and i got my equation for A now what ?

  6. anonymous
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    also don't forget to add $0.45 to the problem

  7. anonymous
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    The equation is 55x+0.45m

  8. anonymous
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    @jessmitz can you help me ?

  9. anonymous
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    now you have to put the Equal sign at the end with the 300. then you need to subtract 0.45 from 0.45 and from 300

  10. anonymous
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    So 55x+0.45m=300

  11. anonymous
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    and the subtraction thing ?

  12. anonymous
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    is -300

  13. anonymous
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    ya then you need to divide 55 from 55 and from -300

  14. anonymous
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    @muscrat123

  15. anonymous
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    on the subtraction part did you subtract .45 - 300 like this or like this 300 -.45

  16. anonymous
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    nvm i got it

  17. anonymous
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    kk

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