Jenna buys 12 lb of meat. Some of the meat is chicken and costs $1.90/lb. The rest is beef, which costs $4.30/lb. She spends a total of $34.80.
Which equation models this situation?
Let c represent the number of pounds of chicken she buys.
A. (1.9 + 4.3)(12 – c) = 34.8
B. 4.3c + 1.9(c + 14) = 34.8
C. 4.3c + 1.9(12) = 34.8
D. 1.9c + 4.3(12 − c) = 34.8

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c is the pounds of chicken at $1.90/lb. How can you write the total cost of the chicken?

well C is the amount of chicken there is

or the pounds of chicken she buys

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