If n+1 is the correct number of bicycles...

…where n is the current number of bicycles. Express the correct number of unicycles as a function of n.

Just a thought which struck me as I looked at my garage full of bicycles, most of which hardly get ridden. I thought I might mention what n is, but maybe better to leave that a little while…

u=np/c where p is the amount of money you get for selling each bike and c is the cost of each new unicycle :stuck_out_tongue:

I think it is 2xn+1 since we are short a wheel. Short a wheel equals extra credit;)


this is just confusing to me :thinking: