A discounted amusement park ticket costs $12.95 less than the original price p. Write and solve an equation to find the original price.

Jason Farmer
2021-09-09
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A discounted amusement park ticket costs $12.95 less than the original price p. Write and solve an equation to find the original price.

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Bentley Leach

Answered 2021-09-10
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Given information:

Discounted amusement park ticket cost $12.95 less than the original price p.

Discounted price is $44.

Original price is the sum of discounted price and discount

Original price$=\text{discounted price}+\text{discount}$

$p=44+12.95$

$p=\mathrm{\$}56.95}$

Discounted amusement park ticket cost $12.95 less than the original price p.

Discounted price is $44.

Original price is the sum of discounted price and discount

Original price

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