# Thread: basic premium: $20; each add'l$1000 coverage @ $0.30; how much coverage for$95?

1. ## basic premium: $20; each add'l$1000 coverage @ $0.30; how much coverage for$95?

an insurance company charges a basic premium of $20 and an additional 30 cents for every$1000 of cover. if a man pays $95 premium, how much cover dose he have? 2. Originally Posted by flowergirl1234 an insurance company charges a basic premium of$20 and an additional 30 cents for every $1000 of cover. if a man pays$95 premium, how much cover dose he have?

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3. What if there were no "Basic Premium"? What would the cost be?

4. Originally Posted by flowergirl1234
[A]n insurance company charges a basic premium of $20 and an additional 30 cents for every$1000 of cover[age]. [I]f a man pays [a] $95 premium, how much cover[age] [does] he have? How much coverage is included in the "basic" policy? When you reply, please include a clear listing of your thoughts and efforts so far, so we can "see" where you're getting stuck. Thank you! 5. Originally Posted by flowergirl1234 an insurance company charges a basic premium of$20 and an additional 30 cents for every $1000 of cover. if a man pays$95 premium, how much cover dose he have?
How many "30 cents" is there in 95-20=75 "dollars"?

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