A rental car company charges $31.35 per day to rent a car and $0.15 for every mile driven. Christian wants to rent a car, knowing that

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A rental car company charges $31.35 per day to rent a car and $0.15 for every mile
driven. Christian wants to rent a car, knowing that:
• He plans to drive 275 miles.
• He has at most $280 to spend.
Which inequality can be used to determine d, the maximum number of days
Christian can afford to rent for while staying within his budget?

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Ngọc Khuê 5 months 2021-08-08T13:58:38+00:00 1 Answers 6 views 0

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    2021-08-08T13:59:59+00:00

    31.35d + 0.15(275) </= 280


    Step-by-step explanation:


    (Daily cost x number of days) + (mileage cost x number of miles) is less than or equal to $280.


    If they ask you to solve it next:


    31.35d + 0.15(275) </= 280


    31.35d + 41.25 </= 280


    31.35d </= 238.75


    d </= 7.615629998


    Round it down to 7 full days




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