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A skateboarding park charges $7 per session to skate and $4 per session to rent safety equipment. Jared rents safety equipment every time he skates. D

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asked 2020-12-25
A skateboarding park charges $7 per session to skate and $4 per session to rent safety equipment. Jared rents safety equipment every time he skates. During one year, he spends $99 for skating charges and equipment rentals.
Which equation can be used to find x, the number of sessions Jared attended? (A) 99 = 7x (B) 99 = 7x + 4x (C) 99 = 7x + 4 (D) 99 = 4x + 7
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2020-12-26
B is the right option
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