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Emily just started a job using her bicycle to pick up groceries and deliver them to people in her neighborhood. Once a grocery order is placed on DriveFoodAp, Emily will go pick up the groceries and then deliver them. She has to pay the DriveFoodAp 20%. If the delivery fee is \$50, then Emily has to give the DriveFoodApp company 20% of that. She gets to keep the rest. Today, she had time to do 5 deliveries. The delivery fees were \$15, \$12, \$20, \$18, and \$22."Don't forget sometimes people tip," adds Emily. "And I get to keep the entire tip."Oh, Sorry! She got tips of \$2, \$3, \$5, \$10, and \$1.

How much money did Emily make on deliveries today?

Jan 2, 2022

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Lemme have a go at this.

20% of a number is 1/5 of the number

So we can do 1/5x50=10. So she has to pay \$10 per delivery

(Btw that was the example that the problem gave I think)

Now we can use that mothod for all the prices
RIght now we are looking for emilies profit.

15->12
12->9.60
20->16
18->14.40
22->17.60
(Sorry that I didnt add the dollar sign I thought it would be confusing)