Loli:

Which situation could represent the expression below? 10x + 25y A~ Susan bough x number of jeans at $10 and returned y number of shirts at $25 each. The expression represents the amount of clothing returned. B~ Susan buys x number of jeans at $10 and y number of shirts at $25 each. The expression represents the total amount of clothing purchased. C~ Susan buys x number of jeans at $10 and y number of shirts at $25 each. The expression represents the total amount spent. D~ Susan bought x number of jeans at $10 and returned y number of shirts at $25 each. The expression represents the amount of clothing purchased.

4 days ago
Vocaloid:

@Loli hint: if Susan buys x number of jeans and each jeans costs $10, what expression can you use to find the cost of the jeans? (only consider jeans at the moment)

4 days ago
Loli:

10x

4 days ago
Vocaloid:

awesome, and what about y number of shirts at $25 each?

4 days ago
Loli:

25y

4 days ago
Vocaloid:

good, and if we add these together we get 10x + 25y what do you think this entire expression represents?

4 days ago
Loli:

The cost of the total jeans and shirts Susan buys. The answer would be B.

4 days ago
Vocaloid:

careful

4 days ago
Vocaloid:

B says "the total amount of clothing purchased." which one says "the total amount spent."?

4 days ago
Loli:

Oh, C

4 days ago
Vocaloid:

awesome, good job ^^

4 days ago
Loli:

Thankssss

4 days ago