Using Microsoft Equation Editor

A truck can be rented from Basic for $50 a day plus .20 cents per mile, Roadrunners charges $20 a day plus .50 per mile. How many miles must be driven in a day to make Basic a better price than Roadrunners?

Submit answer in Word showing all steps using Microsoft Equation Editor for deriving the solution.

I have never used MEE before can anyone help???

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**shanuck** A truck can be rented from Basic for $50 a day plus .20 cents per mile, Roadrunners charges $20 a day plus .50 per mile. How many miles must be driven in a day to make Basic a better price than Roadrunners?

Submit answer in Word showing all steps using Microsoft Equation Editor for deriving the solution.

I have never used MEE before can anyone help???

I suppose you've never used Google before either...

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