TechWiz Electronics makes a profit of 35 dollars for each MP3 player sold and 18 dollars for each DV

aangenaamyj 2022-07-09 Answered
TechWiz Electronics makes a profit of 35 dollars for each MP3 player sold and 18 dollars for each DVD player sold. Last week, TechWiz sold a combined total of 105 MP3 and DVD players.
Let x be the number of MP3 players TechWiz sold last week. Write an expression for the combined total profit TechWiz made from MP3 and DVD players last week.
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Freddy Doyle
Answered 2022-07-10 Author has 20 answers
Profit on each MP3 player sold = 35 dollars
Profit on each DVD player sold = 18 dollars
Last week, TechWiz sold total number of MP3 player and DVD player = 105
Last week,
Total Number of MP3 player and DVD player Sold = 105
Let x be the Number of MP3 player Sold
Then (105-X) be the Number of DVD player sold.
Thus, Total profit TechWiz made from MP3 player and DVD player can be expressed as
= 35 X + 18 ( 105 X )
= 35 X + 1890 18 X
= 17 X + 1890 (Answer)
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