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# Hard Question, not!

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Part A: Larry earned \$11 walking his neighbors' dogs on Saturday. He earned some extra money on Sunday doing the same thing. Write an expression with a variable that shows the total amount of money Larry has earned Saturday and Sunday.

Part B: Larry was able to walk 4 more than twice as many dogs as his friend Kyle. Write an algebraic expression to represent the number of dogs Larry walked compared with Kyle.

Singerforthelord  Apr 13, 2017
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Part A.....let x be the amount he earned on Sunday.....so

Amount  earned on Saturday  +  amount earned Sunday   =

11  +  x        =

Represents the total amount he earned

Part B

Let N be the number of dogs that Kyle walked

Then,  Larry walked  2N + 4   dogs

CPhill  Apr 13, 2017

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