Test 8 Section 4 #12

# SAT test 8 section question 10

SAT test 8 section question 10 and 12

# HI Mike…Thanks for all your help ! Here’s another question

HI Mike…Thanks for all your help ! Here’s another question:

When a buffet restaurant charges $12.00 per meal, the number of meals it sells per day is 400. For each $0.50 increase to the price per meal, the number of meals sold per day decreases by 10. What is the price per meal that results in the greatest sales, in dollars, from meals each day?

A) $16.00

B) $20.00

C) $24.00

D) $28.00

# May you please explain number 10 on translating between words and math?

May you please explain number 10 on translating between words and math?

# Can you please explain number 3 on translating between words and math?

Can you please explain number 3 on translating between words and math?

# Number 9 in the translating between words and math section

Can you please explain number 9 on page 49 in the translating between words and math section? Thank you

# how do you solve SAT practice test #7 section 4 question 26?

how do you solve SAT practice test #7 section 4 question 26?

# Test 7 Section 3: #8

Test 7 Section 3: #8

# Test 7 Section 3: #6

Test 7 Section 3: #6

# Ashley and Bernard work at an electronics appliance store…

Ashley and Bernard work at an electronics appliance store. Ashley is paid $200 per week plus 5% of her total sales. Bernard is paid $325 per week plus 2.5% of his total sales. If their weekly pay is the same, what is the dollar amount of Ashley’s pay?

# Hi Mike! Can you please solve #29 (Test 8, Section 4)? Thank you!

Hi Mike! Can you please solve #29 (Test 8, Section 4)?

Thank you!

# Can you please solve #37 in Section 4 of Test 8? Thank you!

Can you please solve #37 in Section 4 of Test 8?

Thank you!

# A rideshare app charges $2 per trip plus $0.4 per mile…

A rideshare app charges $2 per trip plus $0.4 per mile. A competitor charges $1 for the first 6 miles plus $0.5 per mile for every additional mile. For what length trip would the two services charge the same amount?

A. 10 miles

B. 18 miles

C. 20 miles

D. 40 miles

Can you craft an algebraic equation to solve this directly – or is plugging in the answers the way to go?

# Can you help me with Question #29 in Practice Test 3, Section 4?

Can you help me with Question #29 in Practice Test 3, Section 4? I found the answer by subtracting multiples of 9 from 122 to find one that was divisible by 5. Is there a better way?

# A vending machine sells sodas for $2 each, storing the money inside. On Monday, the vending machine has 40 sodas in it and it contains $30. Write a function equation that gives the number of dollars the vending machine has, d, in terms of how many sodas the vending machine has, s.

d = 30 + 2(40 – s) The machine begins the day with $30 inside, so that’s the “30 +” part. Easy enough. The variable s is defined as how many sodas the machine has in it, but what we really care about is how many sodas are sold. We know the machine begins the day with (more…)