Math Problem Statement
The following table shows the minimum monthly expenses for Valarie's family.
Monthly budget
Type Amount
Housing
[$1{,}700]
Food
[$750]
Child care
[$760]
Transportation
[$1{,}500]
Health care
[$1{,}100]
Other necessities
[$860]
Taxes
[$830]
Savings
[$4{,}500]
Valarie gets
[4] paychecks per month.
Which equation could we use to find
[b], the minimum amount Valarie needs to earn per paycheck to meet their family's budget?
Choose 1 answer:
Choose 1 answer:
(Choice A)
[12{,}000 \div 2 = b]
A
[12{,}000 \div 2 = b]
(Choice B)
[12{,}000 \div 4 = b]
B
[12{,}000 \div 4 = b]
(Choice C)
[12{,}000 \cdot 4 = b]
C
[12{,}000 \cdot 4 = b]
(Choice D)
[12{,}000 \cdot 2 = b]
D
[12{,}000 \cdot 2 = b]
Solution
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Math Problem Analysis
Mathematical Concepts
Algebra
Budgeting
Division
Formulas
Total Monthly Expenses ÷ Number of Paychecks = Amount per Paycheck
Theorems

Suitable Grade Level
Grades 68