Marissa bought x shirts that cost $19.99 each and y pairs of shorts that cost $14.99 each. The next day she went back to the store and bought 3 more shirts that cost $19.99 each and 4 more pairs of shorts that cost $14.99 each. Which expression represents the total amount Marissa spent? @Ultrilliam @Vocaloid @ThisGirlPretty @Aeon @Sazzie @falconmaster

8 months agototal amount spent = cost of item * number of items therefore x shirts that cost $19.99 each and y pairs of shorts that cost $14.99 each becomes 19.99x + 14.99y "3 more shirts that cost $19.99 each and 4 more pairs of shorts that cost $14.99 each" means you would add 3 to x, and add 4 to y see what you can get from that. be careful w/ parentheses.

8 months agoi have 16 mins left can i just have the answer bc i have more questions to do

8 months agois this a timed test/quiz? anyway it's against our rules to just hand out the answer

8 months agoi made a 50 ! u was such a good help

8 months ago\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Cupcake123456 i made a 50 ! u was such a good help \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

8 months ago