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Presley is organizing the school book sale. Each stall will have 40 books on the shelf and 2 boxes of books with b books inside. Presley also has 200 books in inventory to refill the shelves as books sell. This situation can be written as the following expression: 40s + (2b)s + 200 How many books should Presley have ready if she plans to open 8 stalls and have 12 books in each box? I don't understand what to do ? help please .

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  1. taramgrant0543664
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    So we have the equation already have the equation so the really hard part is done so all you have to do is substitute the values in. It states that she wants 8 stalls so s=8 and she wants 12 books in each box so b=12. 40(8)+(2(12))+200=?

  2. anonymous
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    taramgrant0543664 can you help me with that problem pleaseee?

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