# Lesson 1-3 Example 4 1-3 Solve. CARDS Ricko bought 5 baseball cards. The first card cost \$3. Each additional card cost \$2 more than the previous baseball.

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Lesson 1-3 Example 4 1-3 Solve. CARDS Ricko bought 5 baseball cards. The first card cost \$3. Each additional card cost \$2 more than the previous baseball card. How much did Ricko spend on baseball cards in all? Understand Read the problem. Write what you know. The first baseball card costs \$3. Each additional card costs \$2 more than the previous card. Ricko bought 5 cards.

Lesson 1-3 Example 4 1-3 Plan Pick a strategy. One strategy is to make a table. Label the rows Card and Cost.

Lesson 1-3 Example 4 1-3 Solve One card costs \$3. The cost increases by \$2 for each additional card. The rule is add 2. To find the total cost, add the cost of each baseball card. \$3 + \$5 + \$7 + \$9 + \$11 = \$35 Card 1 Card 2 Card 3 Card 4 Card 5 Total Ricko spent \$35 on baseball cards.