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1 December, 21:32

Problem:

Parking at the airport costs $24.99 for each night. Which equation can be used to find r, the cost in dollars to park s nights?

s = 24.99 + r

r = 24.99 + s

r = 24.99s

s = 24.99r

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  1. 1 December, 22:45
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    (c) Equation which can be used to find r, the cost in dollars to park s nights is r = 24.99 s

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Here, the parking cost of 1 night at the airport = $24.99

    Now, here the total number of nights the car is parked at airport = s

    R = The total cost of parking s nights

    Now, The cost for parking s nights = s x (Cost of parking 1 night)

    = s x ($24.99) = 24.99 s

    Also the cost for parking s nights = r

    ⇒ r = 24.99 s

    Hence, equation which can be used to find r, the cost in dollars to park s nights is r = 24.99 s
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