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The pump price was x dollars per gallon of gasoline yesterday.

The price increased by 10 cents per gallon today. If a driver pump...

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The pump price was x dollars per gallon of gasoline yesterday.

The price increased by 10 cents per gallon today.
If a driver pumps 12.4 gallons of gasoline today, how much does he have to pay?

Answer

The price of today would be $(x+0,1) because 10 cents is $0,1.
Therefore, he needs to pay 12.4(x+0.1)=$(12.4x+1.24) if he buys 12.4 gallons of gas today.
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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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