, 07.11.2019 17:31, clebby3056

# Roger is planning to mow lawns this summer to make some money and start...

Roger is planning to mow lawns this summer to make some money and start paying off his college loans. he'll make an hourly rate of \$18.50 when he mows small lawns, and \$25 when he mows big lawns. he likes to mow twice as many big lawns as small because although they're more tiring, he makes more money. he also knows that he'll probably end up spending about half of what he makes. if roger hopes to save \$500 by the end of the summer to put towards his loans, how many big and small lawns should he plan on mowing?

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