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You start out with $20 and then spend money in a store where every item is $3. Y = -3x + 20. Use your graph for problem to predict the answer. What is the largest number of items you can buy?

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With that equation, wouldn't it be simple to quickly finish the question by following the last 2 sentences?
You only have $20. Your inequality would be 3x has to be less than or equal to 20. You could buy 6 items. You would have 2 dollars leftover.

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