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We have a problem that is asking us to calculate prices on a menu for three different items w/various combinations, but no constant to use?

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  1. anonymous
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    Can you please clarify ur question?

  2. anonymous
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    order # 1 is 2 tacos, 4 salads , no drinks and costs $10 order # 2 is 1 taco, 2 salads and 3 drinks for $8 then other orders have different item amounts and it asks to figure out each item's price to calculate three original orders

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    Sorry I dont know how to do that. Hope somebody else can help you dude

  4. anonymous
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    Thanks...It's got me stumped!

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