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suppose you purchase 3 shirts and a hat. the hat cost 19.75 and you spend 56.50 in all how much does each shirt cost?
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 DavidLv 74 months ago
Each shirt of the same type cost: (56.5019.75)/3 = 12.25
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 KrishnamurthyLv 74 months ago
Suppose you purchase 3 shirts and a hat.
The hat costs 19.75 and you spend 56.50 in all.
Each shirt costs 12.25.
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 ComoLv 74 months ago

3 s + 19•75 = 56•50
3s = 36•75
s = 12•25
Each shirt will cost 12•25
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 RRLv 74 months ago
56.50  19.75 = 36.75 (the amount you paid less the price of the hat)
The three shirts cost 36.75.
Assuming they all cost the same, each one will be:
1/3 x 36.75 = 12.25
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 4 months ago
x = shirts, y = hat
3x + y = 56.50 .... this is your equation
3x + 19.75 = 56.50
subtract 19.75 from both sides
3x = 36.75
divide both sides by 3
x = 12.25
each shirt costs $12.25
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 Mountain!!Lv 64 months ago
(56.5019.75)/3=12.25. This assumes all the other shirts were the same brand and style.
 Mariza4 months agoReport
thank you :D
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