On vacation, Charlie and Gail took turns driving. Together they drove 325 miles. The distance Charlie drove was l15 miles more than the distance Gail drove. How far did each of them drive? Algebra Forms of Linear Equations Problem Solving with Linear Models 1 Answer jk.13 · Jumbotron Mar 23, 2018 Answer: Gail drove 105 miles, Charlie drove 220 miles. Explanation: Let #x# = the distance Gail drove #x+115# = the distance Charlie drove #x+x+115=325# #2x+115=325# #2x=210# #x=105# Gail drove 105 miles Charlie drove 105+115=220 miles Related questions How do you use linear models to make predictions? How do you find a linear model when given a table of values? How do you find a linear model using a graphing calculator? What information do you need to create a linear model? Do you have a create a scatter plot to write a linear model? Question #c42fa How do you find three consecutive even integers such that the sum of twice the first and third is 40? Tony has twice as much money as Audra. She has $16 less than Karol. Together they have $200. How... Anthony left home 2 hours before Greg. Both boys were traveling to see their grandmother in New... Mr. Fairwrench's radiator contains seven quarts of a mixture that is 35% antifreeze and 65%... See all questions in Problem Solving with Linear Models Impact of this question 108 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License