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Question One: If Julie’s group decides that they need the limo service for 3 hours which is most economical company to use? We can solve for both equations using 3 for x. Remember from our word problem, x is the hours rented. Go-Limo Lime Limo Y = 300 + 100x Y = 300 + 100(3) Y = 300 + 300 Y = 600 Y = 200 + 150x Y = 200 + 150(3) Y = 200 + 450 Y = 650 For a three hour rental the Go-Limo would be the best buy. Question Two: If Julie’s wants to find the time where one company would be a better buy than the other she can use the substitution method. Go-Limo Lime Limo Y = (300 + 1

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

whats the question

OpenStudy (anonymous):

for x>2 hours, lime limo is more expensive

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