How many games can you play for $35 and how much will you need to play 10 games if a fair changes an entry fee of $5 and $1.50 to play their games.

Jaylen Dudley 2022-09-16 Answered
How many games can you play for $35 and how much will you need to play 10 games if a fair changes an entry fee of $5 and $1.50 to play their games.
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trabadero2l
Answered 2022-09-17 Author has 15 answers
Entry fee =$5
Cost to play 1 game =$1.5
The cost of playing 10 games = $ 1.5 10 = $ 15
The total cost to play 10 games = $ ( 15 + 5 ) = $ 20
Total money = $ 35
Total money after entering = $ ( 35 - 5 ) = $ 30
The number of game that can be played by using the remaining money = $ 30 $ 1.5 = 20

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