Elie went bowling with $25 to spend. he rented shoes for $5.25 and paid $4.00 for each game what was the greatest number of games elie could have played

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Kevin went bowling with $25 to spend. he rented shoes for $5.25 and paid $4.00 for each game. what i
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A. 4

Step-by-step explanation:

first subtract the cost of the shoes from the original amount of money craig had

25 - 5.25 = 19.75

now divide 19.75 by 4

19.75 ÷ 4 = 4.9375

round down to 4

craig can play 4 games

\$25-\$5.25=\$19.75

\$19.75:\$4.00\approx 4.9

Max. 4 games.
\$25-\$5.25=\$19.75

\$19.75:\$4.00\approx 4.9

Max. 4 games.
\$25-\$5.25=\$19.75

\$19.75:\$4.00\approx 4.9

Max. 4 games.
4 games is the answer
$25 - $5.25= $19.75.
19.75/4=4.9375
Craig can play 4 games 

the greatest number of games that he could have played is 4

Step-by-step explanation:

Let x represent the greatest number of games Elie could have played.

Total amount of money that Elie has to spend is $25. He rented shoes for $5.25 and paid $4.00 for each game. This means that if he played x games, the total amount,y that he would have spent would be

y = 5.25 + 4x

Since y = 25, then

25 = 5.25 + 4x

4x = 25 - 5.25 = 19.75

x = 19.75/4 = 4.9375

Since the number of games cannot be a fraction, the greatest number of games that he could have played is 4. He would receive a balance of 19.75 - 16 = $3.75

The greatest number of games Elie could have played was 4.

Step-by-step explanation:

This is because if you take 25 and subract the 5.25, you would get 19.75. In order to get the max games Elie could play, you would divide 19.75 by 4, since each game is $4. You would end up with 4.9, but would have to round down since you can't round up.



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