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 2 years ago
can someone help with this problem please?
A town is organizing a 4th of July parade. There are 2 sizes for floats and a space of 10 ft will be left after each float.
A) The parade must be 150 ft long, but less than 200ft. What combos of large and small floats are possible?
B) Large floats cost $600 to operate. Small floats cost $300 to operate. The town budget is $2500 to operate floats. How does that change the answer to part A? Now what combos of small and large floats are possible?
 2 years ago
can someone help with this problem please? A town is organizing a 4th of July parade. There are 2 sizes for floats and a space of 10 ft will be left after each float. A) The parade must be 150 ft long, but less than 200ft. What combos of large and small floats are possible? B) Large floats cost $600 to operate. Small floats cost $300 to operate. The town budget is $2500 to operate floats. How does that change the answer to part A? Now what combos of small and large floats are possible?

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teddygirl
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The different sizeed floats are 30ft and 15 ft
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