Rebekah manages a yoga studio that charges each customer a one-time initial fee of \$35$35dollar sign, 35 and an additional fee of \$12$12dollar sign, 12 per class taken. Rebekah’s goal is for each customer to spend at least \$100$100dollar sign, 100 at the studio, and she wants to know the minimum number of classes a customer needs to take to meet that goal.

Let CCC represent the number of classes a customer takes.

1) Which inequality describes this scenario?

Choose 1 answer:

Choose 1 answer:

(Choice A)

A

35+C \leq 10035+C≤10035, plus, C, is less than or equal to, 100

(Choice B)

B

35+C \geq 10035+C≥10035, plus, C, is greater than or equal to, 100

(Choice C)

C

35+12C \leq 10035+12C≤10035, plus, 12, C, is less than or equal to, 100

(Choice D)

D

35+12C \geq 10035+12C≥100

Answer:

D. 35 + 12C ≥ 100

Step-by-step explanation:

Initial fee = $35

Additional fee = $12 per class taken

At least $100

It means greater than or equal to 100

C = number of classes a customer takes.

The inequality which describes this scenario

$35 + $12C ≥ $100

The correct answer is

D. 35 + 12C ≥ 100

A. 35 + C ≤ 100

B. 35 + C ≥ 10035

C. 35 + 12C ≤ 100

D. 35 + 12C ≥ 100

Answer:d. 35+12c[tex]\geq[/tex]1006 classes