Jakemalhas 2 years ago A very old vending machine accepts only nickels (n) and dimes (d). Candy costs up to \$0.50, but sometimes the machine will dispense candy without any coins being inserted into the machine. Which inequality shows all of the ways to obtain a candy bar from the machine?

1. Jakemalhas

Also need help with this one...When comparing the graphs of y = x and y > x, what is a difference in the graphs?

2. yman

Hello, I think it could be \( 0 \le 0.05n + 0.1d \lt 0.5\) where \(n\) and \(d\) are number of nickels and dimes.

3. Jakemalhas

http://gyazo.com/c50e67820bfaeb509b3c0796a9c4b4eb << These are the answer choices.

4. Jakemalhas

http://gyazo.com/f80c1d688f4e41714ab3479d9d63a9d7 << For the 2nd question (answers).

5. yman

The answer of the second question is B. Because graph \(y = x\) look like this|dw:1360179286008:dw| and points that satisfy the equation \( y > x \) are all point that lie above the line \(y = x\) but don't lie on the line.

6. yman

I mean A is the right answer.

7. Jakemalhas

Second question is A?

8. yman

yes it is.