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Solve the word problem. Luke mowed a lawn today to earn some extra money. He spent $2.10 on fuel and $4.45 on lunch. He charged $13.50 to mow the lawn. What was his profit for mowing the lawn? A. $20.05 B. $15.85 C. $11.15 D. $6.95

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    First you have to add how much he spent on fuel and lunch all together

  2. anonymous
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    So, 2.10 + 4.45

  3. anonymous
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    6.55+13.50

  4. anonymous
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    You got the 6.55 part right, but that is money that he had to spend. So instead of adding, you would do 13.50 - 6.55

  5. anonymous
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    6.95

  6. anonymous
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    Great! So that would be your answer.

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