Jarrod helped his teachers pack textbooks into boxes for the summer. He packed 6 boxes of science textbooks with 16 books per box. He also packed math textbooks
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Jarrod helped his teachers pack textbooks into boxes for the summer. He packed 6 boxes of science textbooks with 16 books per box. He also packed math textbooks with 10 books per box.
If x represents the total number of boxes he packed, which of the following equations can be used to find the total number of books that Jarrod packed into boxes?
a y = 96(x  6) + 10
b y= 10(x  6) + 96
c y = 96x + 10
D y = 10x + 96
If x represents the total number of boxes he packed, which of the following equations can be used to find the total number of books that Jarrod packed into boxes?
a y = 96(x  6) + 10
b y= 10(x  6) + 96
c y = 96x + 10
D y = 10x + 96
2 Answer

1. User Answers EdensMom
16 times 6 = 96 so it looks like it would be D 
2. User Answers texaschic101
y = 10x + 96 <=== ur equation