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elexusvanderhorst

  • 2 years ago

what formula tells the cost in dollars if chocolate chip cookies are $1.50/a dozen and lemon frosteds are $2.50/a dozen? let c=number of dozens of chocolate chip cookies; L=number of dozens of lemon frosteds; T= total change A. T=4.00(L+C) B. T=1.50C+2.50L C.T=1.50C+2.50L D.T=2.50C+1.50L

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  1. kelliegirl33
    • 2 years ago
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    T = 1.50C + 2.50L What is the difference in the answer choices B and C ?

  2. elexusvanderhorst
    • 2 years ago
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    idk those are the choices they gave me

  3. kelliegirl33
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    your answer is B and C

  4. elexusvanderhorst
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    thank you so much

  5. kelliegirl33
    • 2 years ago
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    your welcome :)

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