anonymous
  • anonymous
1. You and a friend both would like a salad and a small drink. Between the two of you, you have $8.00. A salad cost $2.49 and a small drink is $0.99 Can either of you have a second salad or drink? Assume there is no tax. (1 point) a. Yes, one salad b. yes, one of each c. yes, one drink d. no, you cannot Thanks!(:
Algebra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Its systems of linear inequalities. :o
anonymous
  • anonymous
C. Yes, one drink. It's been a few years but, just taking 8$ and taking away everything that's being bought, you're left to divide the money left over which was $1.04 and you only have enough to buy one small drink. So uh, yeah, haha the answer is C
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok! Yes, It makes sorta sense.(; thank so much!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry I couldn't explain better! I'm confident that C is the answer without a doubt tho XD

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