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Help please. Medals will be given .

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  1. kittykatchan Group Title
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    i go there, but i need help too... what is it that you're having trouble with?

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  2. Sophia.13 Group Title
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    Have you ever done Algebra 1 in math?

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  3. kittykatchan Group Title
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    yes, i'm on that now actually. what unit/lesson are you on?

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    Unit 6: Systems of Equations and Inequalities The portfolio thingy

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  5. kittykatchan Group Title
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    are you in grade 8 or 9?

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  6. Sophia.13 Group Title
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    8th

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  7. kittykatchan Group Title
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    well, i'm in grade 9, but i'm in foundations so i might be able to help..

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    hold on one sec

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  9. Sophia.13 Group Title
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    Oh thanks. (:

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  10. kittykatchan Group Title
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    yeah, sorry, but i don't have that lesson. if you send me the problems in a message, i still might be able to help you out though... otherwise sorry i can't really help you :(

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    oh okay. The problem is this : Solve the problem and show all your work and explain your steps. A town is organizing a Fourth of July parade. There will be two sizes of floats in the parade, as shown below. A space of 10 feet will be left after each float. |dw:1358214675244:dw|

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    a. the parade must be atleast 150 ft long, but less than 200 ft long. What combinations of large and small floats are possible?

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    b. Large floats cost $600 to operate. Small floats cost $300 to operate. The town has a budget of $2500 to operate the floats. How does that change your answer to part a? what combinations of large and small floats are possible?

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