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anonymous
 one year ago
Jeremy is taking a photography class, but he doesn't own a camera. The class organizers will rent him a camera for $6 per day. Jeremy can spend up to $50 for the class, but he has to pay $15 to register for the class as well as rent the camera. The number of days, d, that Jeremy can rent the camera is represented by the inequality 6d + 15 < 50. How many days can Jeremy rent the camera?
anonymous
 one year ago
Jeremy is taking a photography class, but he doesn't own a camera. The class organizers will rent him a camera for $6 per day. Jeremy can spend up to $50 for the class, but he has to pay $15 to register for the class as well as rent the camera. The number of days, d, that Jeremy can rent the camera is represented by the inequality 6d + 15 < 50. How many days can Jeremy rent the camera?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Explanation: 15+6(5)= 45 < 50
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