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Mr. Knickerbocker went to the grocery store with $25. He bought two boxes of crackers that were $2.50 each, a container of dip for $4 and bags of chips that were $4 each. Write an equation to determine the number of bags of chips that Mr. Kinckerbocker bought if he spent exactly the $25. Can't think right now. Just the equation is fine, I'll solve it.

ItzPure  Apr 26, 2017
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crackers + dip + chips

(2.05*2) +4 + (4*4)

Guest Apr 26, 2017
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2 (2.50)  + 1 (4.00)  + B (4.00)  =  25.00

 

Where B is the number of bags of chips

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Apr 26, 2017
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Mr. Knickerbocker went to the grocery store with $25. He bought two boxes of crackers that were $2.50 each, a container of dip for $4 and bags of chips that were $4 each. Write an equation to determine the number of bags of chips that Mr. Kinckerbocker bought if he spent exactly the $25. Can't think right now. Just the equation is fine, I'll solve it.

 

\(2\times Cr\times\frac{$2.50}{Cr}+1\times ContDip\times \frac{$4}{ContDip}+x\times Chips \times\frac{$4}{Chips}=$25\)

 

laugh  !

asinus  Apr 26, 2017

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