jakelee
  • jakelee
please help me answer two questions : Hector works for a lawn care service. He gets paid twice a moth and saves $50 of each pay. After 7 months, how much will have saved? and the second question is: One number is 25 more than a second number. The sum of these two numbers is 106. Find the numbers. p.s define the variable, and write and equation for each one
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calculusxy
  • calculusxy
we don't exactly know the amount that he does get paid, and we don't need to know about that because we need to know how much he has saved we know that he gets paid twice a month and saves $50 from each pay one month => 1st pay : $50 and 2nd pay : $50 => total from the month is $50+$50 = $100
calculusxy
  • calculusxy
if he saved $100 IN ONE MONTH then in seven months he saved $100x7 = $700
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  • jakelee
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