Question

The
water rate for a city in North Carolina is $1.38 per 757 gallons of
water used.

A. What is the water bill if a resident of that city uses
40,000 gallons?

B. How many gallons of water fan a vustomer use if the eater
bull is not to exceed $140!

Answer #1

Solution:

Water rate in North Carolina is $1.38 per 757 gallons of water used

a)

Water bill if a resident of that city uses 757 gallons of water = $1.38

Water bill if a resident of that city uses 40000 gallons of water :

**Therefore, water bill is 73 dollars if a resident of
that city uses 40000 gallons.**

b)

Let's says water bill is $140

if water bill is $1.38, amount of water used = 757 gallons

if water bill is $140, amount of water used:

**Therefore, 76797 gallons of water a customer must use so
that bill does not exceed $140.**

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