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Luke buys a certain brand of cereal that costs $11 per box. Luke changes to a super-saving brand of the same size. The equation shows the price, y, as a function of the number of boxes, x, for the new brand. y = 9x Part A: How many more dollars is the price of a box of Luke's original brand of cereal than the price of a box of the super-saving brand? Show your work. Part B: How much money does Luke save each month with the change in cereal brand if he buys 6 cereal boxes each month? Show your work. Please help?

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