goformit100
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A walnut grower sold 11,580 50-pound sacks of nuts. Of these, 5450 sacks were sold at $15 per sack and the rest were sold at $13 per sack. What was the total income from the two sales?
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goformit100
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anonymous
  • anonymous
well first you take the 5,450 and multiply it by 15which give you 81,750. Then you take 11,580 subtract 5,450 which give you 6,130 and you time that by 13 and get 79,690. Now you retrice81,750 by 79,690 and you get 161,440. Assuming you got the labor for free of course.

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