SOLUTION: parking garage fees... The Greenville city Garage charge \$5 for the first hour then \$2.75 for each additional hour. How long has a car been parked at this garage if the parking cha

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear Equations And Systems Word Problems Question 530318: parking garage fees... The Greenville city Garage charge \$5 for the first hour then \$2.75 for each additional hour. How long has a car been parked at this garage if the parking charge is \$29.75?Answer by nerdybill(6958)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The Greenville city Garage charge \$5 for the first hour then \$2.75 for each additional hour. How long has a car been parked at this garage if the parking charge is \$29.75? . Let h = hours parked then 5 + 2.75(h-1) = 29.75 2.75(h-1) = 24.75 2.75h-2.75 = 24.75 2.75h = 27.5 h = 10