## A school’s toilets are broken. Don’t Flush Plumbing Company ™ charges $50 for a service call plus$10 per hour. Fire-in-the-Hole Plumbing™ c

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A school’s toilets are broken. Don’t Flush Plumbing Company ™ charges $50 for a service call plus$10 per hour. Fire-in-the-Hole Plumbing™ charges $90 for a service call plus$5 per hour.
At what number of hours do both companies charge the same amount?

If the job takes 7 hours, which company charges the school the least amount of money ?

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Part 1: At eight hours they both charge the same.

Part 2: Flush Plumbing charges the least

Step-by-step explanation:

Part 1:

Flush Plumbing Co Equation: 50 + 10 h (h = hours)

Fire-in-the-hole Plumbing: 90 + 5h (h = hours)

50 + 10h = 90 + 5h

Solve the Equation:

5h = 40

h = 8

Part 2:

Plug in 7:

Flush Plumbing: 50 + 10 x 7 = 50 + 70 = $120 Fire-in-the-hole Plumbing: 90 +5 x 7 = 90 +35 =$125

Flush plumbing chargers the least

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ancient  things from the past.I agree that Aronson will agree with Carnes–McNaughton’s statement because they both  said the same thing but just in different words. For example  in the book “If Stones Could Speak,” it will tell what  Aronson statement was about when it comes to archaeology  and in “Profiles Of Archaeologist,” it will tell you the same statement but just in different words. For example it states in the book “If Stones Could Speak,” on page 56 “Marc Aronson believes that, “It is about putting aside what you think you know, what has been passed along, and being willing to trust what you yourself see and to test it rigorously.” From this quote the reader will now know what Aronson thinks when it comes to archaeology. In “Profiles Of Archaeologist.” On paragraph 19 It states “Being an archaeologist means looking at the world around us in a different perspective. We live in the present as we study the past in  order to learn what  to do in the future—- on this planet and possibly other. We learn to be humanities  while at the same time we practice as scientists.  From this quote the reader can understand that both of these statements are similar but they are just reworded. In closing, This why I think that Aronson and Carnes will agree to what to what there statement was.

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