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A grocer wants to make a 10pound mixture of peanuts and cashews that he can sell for $4.75 per pound. If peanuts cost $4.00 per pound and cashews cost $6.50 per pound, how many pounds of each should he use?
Let p = pounds of peanuts and let c = pounds of cashews. Write a system of equations that could be used to solve the problem.
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A grocer wants to make a 10pound mixture of peanuts and cashews that he can sell for $4.75 per pound. If peanuts cost $4.00 per pound and cashews cost $6.50 per pound, how many pounds of each should he use? Let p = pounds of peanuts and let c = pounds of cashews. Write a system of equations that could be used to solve the problem.
 one year ago
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MertsjBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
p+c=10 4p+6.5c=4.75(10)
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