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Analyzing One-Variable Relationships in Context

An equation has two sides separated by an equality sign. Since the price is unknown, let's call it a variable Neri told Jimar that his ticket costs more than hers, so Neri's ticket costs This expression should be equal to the price of Neri's ticket. Therefore, we can complete the equation by writing on the right-hand side. The equation can now be solved using inverse operations.
The price of Jimar's ticket is