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Robert purchased $2,000 worth of U.S. savings bonds. If bonds are sold in $50 or $100 denominations only, which of the following CANNOT be the number of U.S. savings bonds that Robert purchased?

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I got 27
no its 50 my bad

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you said, "...which of the following....", but there's no options? :/
29 27 30 40 50
there they r^^^^
how would u solve for 27 and 29?
50x+100y=2000 x+2y=40 neither can be 29 neither can be 27 if x is 30 then y is 5 if x is 40 then he only bought $50 bonds neither can be 50 dang! im confused now O.o
if it's 40, then he bought only $50 bonds, hence $50*40=$2000 if it's 30, then he bought 10 $100 bonds, and 20 $50 bonds, hence 10*$100 +20*$50=$1000+$1000=$2000 if it's 50, it's not possible, cos no matter the ratio, he will buy more than $2000 worth of bonds i don't know how to go about 27 and 29
are you allowed to make multiple choices of answers or just 1?
more than one
so its 27 and 50?
and 29?
that's what i would go for, i'm convinced those are the answers :) 27,29, and 50
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