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anonymous
 4 years ago
A university bookstore recently sold a wirebound graphpaper notebook for $2.15, and a collegeruled notebook for $3.43. At the start of spring semester, a combination of 50 of these notebooks were sold for a total of $134.38. How many of each type were sold? Is this the right equations for this problem?x+y=50
2.15x+3.43y=134.38*50
anonymous
 4 years ago
A university bookstore recently sold a wirebound graphpaper notebook for $2.15, and a collegeruled notebook for $3.43. At the start of spring semester, a combination of 50 of these notebooks were sold for a total of $134.38. How many of each type were sold? Is this the right equations for this problem?x+y=50 2.15x+3.43y=134.38*50

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Hero
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1x+y=50 2.15x+3.43y=134.38 Multiplying by 50 was not necessary
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