## Zack wants to make a profit of more than $300 for painting 4 identical rooms. The profit he makes is equal to the amount he is paid mi Question Zack wants to make a profit of more than$300 for painting 4 identical rooms. The profit he
makes is equal to the amount he is paid minus the cost of supplies. The cost of supplies is$32.50 for each room. Which inequality and solution represent the dollar amount, n, that Zack must be paid for each room, if he is to make a profit of more than$300?

A) n-4(32.5)>300;n>430
B) 4(n-32.5)>1,200;n>332.5
C) 4n-32.5>300;n>83.125
D) 4(n-32.5>300;n>107.5

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1. Answer: n-4(32.5) > 300;n > 430tep-by-step explanation:

Zack wants to make a profit of more than $300 for painting 4 identical rooms. That is Profit >$300

the profit he makes is equal to the amount he is paid – the cost of supplies. The cost of supplies is $32.50 for each room. That is n – 32.5 and P + 32.5 × 4 Where 4 = number of rooms P + 130 n-4(32.5) > 300;n > 430tep-by-step explanation: given that Zack wants to make a profit of more than$300 for painting 4 identical rooms. That is

Profit > $300 Then, the profit he makes is equal to the amount he is paid minus the cost of supplies. The cost of supplies is$32.50 for each room. That is

n – 32.5 and

P + 32.5 × 4

Where 4 = number of rooms

P + 130

The minimum profit = 300 + 130 = \$430

n-4(32.5) > 300;n > 430 430