SOLUTION: John currently has enough money to buy 50 toy cars. If the cost of each car was 10 cents less, John could buy 5 more cars. How much money does John have to spend on the toy cars?

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 Question 119499: John currently has enough money to buy 50 toy cars. If the cost of each car was 10 cents less, John could buy 5 more cars. How much money does John have to spend on the toy cars? a. \$40 b. \$45 c. \$55 d. \$75Answer by josmiceli(9647)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let = the price of a single car in cents John has enough to buy cars, so John has cents If the price of each car were cents less, the cost of each car would be cents In that case, John would spend cents That will come out of the cents that he has and he has some money left over, enough to buy 5 cars at the lower price. cents John has cents cents So, John has \$55 answer is (c) check: OK