A store owner buys a quantity of balls for $600. If they had each cost $0.25 less, she would have 10 more for the same money. How much did she pay for each ball.
(x-0.25)*(y+10)
is how far I got. Is this even a quadratic equation?
A store owner buys a quantity of balls for $600. If they had each cost $0.25 less, she would have 10 more for the same money. How much did she pay for each ball.
(x-0.25)*(y+10)
is how far I got. Is this even a quadratic equation?
Hi sinjid9,
the amount of money is the same in both cases and is (price)(quantity).
Hence, if x=price, y=number of balls
Now write one variable in terms of the other using