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Writing a Linear Equation: Real World Situations

Find the best answer to the following questions.

Question Group #1
Directions and/or Common Information: Your little brother starts a new business selling lemonade. The cost for supplies totaled $15.82. He plans to sell each glass of lemonade for $0.35.


Write the linear equation to represent this situation.
1. 





How much money will your brother make if he sells 30 glasses of lemonade?
2. 





Find the number of glasses of lemonade your brother must sell to break even.
3. 





How many glasses of lemonade must your brother sell to make $10.00?
4. 





If your brother sells an average of 20 glasses of lemonade a day, how many days will it take him to make $25.00?
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