You have $ 20 $20dollar sign, 20 to spend on taxi fare. The ride costs $ 5 $5dollar sign, 5 plus $ 2.50 $2.50dollar sign, 2, point, 50 per k

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You have $ 20 $20dollar sign, 20 to spend on taxi fare. The ride costs $ 5 $5dollar sign, 5 plus $ 2.50 $2.50dollar sign, 2, point, 50 per kilometer. Write an inequality to determine the distance in kilometers, d dd, you can ride for $ 20 $20dollar sign, 20.

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    2021-09-08T23:55:22+00:00

    Answer:

      5 +2.50d ≤ 20

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The total cost of the ride (excluding any tip) will be the sum of the initial cost ($5) and the distance cost. The latter is the distance in kilometers (d) multiplied by the cost per kilometer ($2.50). So, the cost of the ride is …

      5 + 2.50d

    We want this to be no greater than $20. Your inequality is …

      5 +2.50d ≤ 20

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