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joes java makes a blend of coffee which is uses two coffees priced at $8.40 /pound & $7.28/pounds perspectively. how much of the first should be used to mix with 9 pounds of the second, if the mixture will sell at $7.95/pound? write the equation that best represents?
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thanks yuhiluvv yuh
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ithink that too cos iono
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here, try this: 8.4x + 7.28y = 7.95(x + 9)
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ugh. idk. i'm sorry
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8.4x + 7.28(9) = 7.95(x + 9)
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A. 840x + 7.28(9 - x) = 7.95(9)
B. 8.40x + 7.28(9) = 7.95(x+9)
C. 8.40(9) + 7.28x = 7.95
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aha! there it is!
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ahaha thanks love ur tha best!!!
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