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*fan and medal awarded* Rick works two jobs to pay for college. He tutors for $20 per hour and also works as a bag boy for $7 per hour. Due to his class and study schedule, Rick is only able to work up to 25 hours per week, but must earn at least $200 per week. If t represents the number of hours Rick tutors and b represents the number of hours he works as a bag boy, which system of inequalities represents this scenario? t + b <= 25 20t + 7b >= 200 t + b >= 25 20t + 7b = 200 t + b <= 25 20t + 7b <= 200 None of the systems shown represent this scenario.

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The first one, because he has to work 25 hours or less t+b<=25 and he has to make at least $200, 20t + 7b >= 200
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