# McRonalds and Burger Jack

Pro Problems > Math > Algebra > Equations > Word Problems > Linear > Money## McRonalds and Burger Jack

McRonald’s increased the cost of their burger by $0.17 more than Burger Jack increased the cost of their burger. Purchasing one McRonald’s burger and one a Burger Jack burger now costs $3.23. Before the price increases, one of each burger cost a total of $2.43. By how much was the McRonald’s price increased?

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