2.If you need to buy 6 chairs additionally for the table and have a $2000 budget, what is the highest price you can pay for a chair? (Ignore sales tax).

3.If x is the price of a chair what algebraic expression could be written to represent this problem?

4.Come up with an equation of your own that would relate to a practical situation. Explain the equation to the class

2.) $333.33

3.) 2000 = 6x

$2000 is the budget that you have so the purchase (equation) has to either equal that amount or be less than that amount. You know that you want to buy 6 chairs so you just multiply that by x (the cost of what the chairs can be for your budget).

## Comments

Tommy,

I noticed that you posted the problem starting with bullet point 2. Did the first part of the problem relate the cost of the table? If it does express that information, then it would change the answers for all of the other parts of the problem.

Tommy,

I am sorry, there is no way to answer your question as there is crucial information missing. Theren is no information about the price of the table, not how many chairs are already bought or have to be bought. The word "additionally" tells me that other information is there. The answer $333.33 will not be correct without all the other info. I am sorry.