anonymous
  • anonymous
You buy one shirt for $22 and two pairs of shorts. Your total cost is $56. Assuming both pairs of shorts cost the same amount, what is the price of one pair of shorts? What is the correct equation and solution for this problem? 2 x - $22 = $56; x = $34 2 x + $22 = $56; x = $34 2 x - $22 = $56; x = $17 2 x + $22 = $56; x = $17
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Plug in 17 or 34 into whatever equation you choose and see if they equal
Alex_Mattucci
  • Alex_Mattucci
The last one, 2x+$22=$56; x=$17 You should get this if you follow what jon said.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks ;)

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