Elementary Algebra

During the special sale, John’s Garage is offering four tires for 372 dollars. To find the price per tire during the special sale, we divide 372 by 4. So, $\frac{372\ dollars}{4}$ = 93 dollars. The price per tire during the special sale is 93 dollars. If the tires were not on the special sale, John’s Garage would sell three tires for 372 dollars. To find the price per tire in this case, we divide 372 by 3. So, $\frac{372\ dollars}{3}$ = 124 dollars. The price per tire if the tires were not on the special sale is 124 dollars.