4 June, 06:16

# You and a friend go to the movies and split the cost of the movie tickets and snacks. You pay the bill. You tell your friend he owes only \$9 because you owed him \$4 from the last time you went to the movies. How much was the total bill? Let b represent the total bill. Identify the correct equation to represent this problem and the correct solution.B: 2 4 - b = \$10B:2 4 = 9; b = \$ 26B : 2 + 9 = 4; b = \$ 262b - 4 = 9; b = \$ 7.50Danielle went ice skating. It cost \$3 an hour and \$5 for skate rental. If Danielle spent \$11, how many hours did she ice-skate? Let h represent the number of hours spent ice-skating. Identify the correct equation to represent this problem and the correct solution.3h - 5 5 = 11; h = 25h + 3 = 11; h = 1.63h + 5 = 11; h = 25h - 3 = 11; h = 2.8

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1. 4 June, 06:35
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Ok so you divide the bill by 2 because you each are paying half. You knock off \$4 because you owed him that from last time and you pay \$9. So this would equal to b/2 - 4 = 9. If you work it out in reverse, you get 4+9 which equals 13 then multiplied by 2 which means the total bill was \$26.

So we have 5+3x=11. We subtract 5 from both sides and get 3x=6. we divide both sides by 3 and get x=2. Daniella skated for 2 hours
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