The greatest common factor of 24 and 36 is
Thus 12 is the greatest number of projects that can be in a row.
1 Software package + 3 months of game play.
Each software package costs = $20.
Let us assume cost of one month of game play = $x.
Therefore, total cost to Angie for 1 Software package + 3 months of game play = 20*1 + 3x = 20 +3x.
<u> Kenny buys </u>
1 software package + 2 months of game play.
Therefore, total cost to Kenny for 1 software package + 2 months of game play = 20*1 + 2*x = 20+2x.
Their total cost = $115.
Adding their costs and set it equal to 115, we get
<h3>20 +3x + 20+2x = 115.</h3>
Now, we need to solve it for x.
40 + 5x = 115.
5x = 115 - 40.
5x = 75.
Dividing both sides by 5, we get
<h3>Therefore, $15 is the total cost of one month of game play.</h3>
The answer is -2 4/5. This is in simplest form because my calculator does everything into simplest form.
X = -4
this is a vertical line through the point (-4,0)
My answer is 1170 but the way I figured out the problem was by listing numbers 1-30. the problem state that the 1st row had 10, 2nd row had 12, and 3rd row had 14 and so forth. So I basically did the same method till I got to 30 and then add up all the numbers which gave me the answer of 1170.