Mathematics
Grade10
Easy

Question

# City tours rents bicycles for \$10 an hour with a maximum daily fee of \$100. Show the cost for renting bicycle for 1, 3, 11, and 20 hours.

Hint:

## The correct answer is: 10, 30, 100, 100

### Step by step solution:the cost of renting bicycles an hour = \$10The maximum daily fee for renting bicycle is \$100.Therefore,cost of renting bicycle for 1 hour = \$10 x 1 = \$10cost of renting bicycle for 3 hours = \$10 x 3 = \$30cost of renting bicycle for 11 hours = \$10 x 11 = \$110, but since maximum daily fee for renting bicycle is \$100 the cost of renting for 11 hours is \$100.cost of renting bicycle for 20 hours  = \$10 x 20 = \$200, but since maximum daily fee for renting bicycle is \$100 the cost of renting for 20 hours is \$100.So, the cost for renting bicycle for 1, 3, 11, and 20 hours is \$10, 30, 100, and 100.Hence, option(a) is the correct option.

The cost of renting a bicycle is \$ 100 per day. The maximum fair is \$ 100 for any number of hours a day. If we have to find a random number of hrs, we can Multiply the number of hrs by the amount of the rent for that particular hour. That gives the total rent for that particular hour.
Eg: cost of renting bicycle for 1 hour = \$10 x 1 = \$10