# SOLUTION: Raheel is comparing the cost of two parking garages. Garage A charges a flat fee of \$6 per car plus \$0.50 per hour. Garage B charges a flat fee of \$2 per car plus \$1 per hour. A

Algebra ->  Algebra  -> Coordinate Systems and Linear Equations -> SOLUTION: Raheel is comparing the cost of two parking garages. Garage A charges a flat fee of \$6 per car plus \$0.50 per hour. Garage B charges a flat fee of \$2 per car plus \$1 per hour. A      Log On

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 373607: Raheel is comparing the cost of two parking garages. Garage A charges a flat fee of \$6 per car plus \$0.50 per hour. Garage B charges a flat fee of \$2 per car plus \$1 per hour. After how many hours will the cost at Garage A be the same as the cost at Garage B? What will that cost be?Answer by ewatrrr(10682)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Hi, After how many hours will the cost at Garage A be the same as the cost at Garage B? Let x represent the number of hours at both garages \$6 + .50x = \$2 + \$1.00x 4 = .50x 8hr = x, the number of hours when both garages would cost the same \$6 + .50*8 = \$10 would be the cost a both garages after 8 hours ```