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A coffee mixture has beans that sell for $1.35 per pound and beans that sell for $1.05 per pound. If 120 pounds of beans create a mixture worth $1.15 per pound, how many pounds of each bean is used?
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ryo Group Title
A coffee mixture has beans that sell for $1.35 per pound and beans that sell for $1.05 per pound. If 120 pounds of beans create a mixture worth $1.15 per pound, how many pounds of each bean is used?
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a. 50 lb of $1.35/lb; 70 lb of $1.05/lb b. 40 lb of $1.35/lb; 80 lb of $1.05/lb c. 45 lb of $1.35/lb; 75 lb of $1.05/lb
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