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donnie1999

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------------WILL FAN AND MEDAL------------ Maple grove wants to include two types of maple trees, the namesake of the city, for their parks. Two varieties of maple trees have been selected. One variety casts $75 per tree; the other more colorful variety costs $90 per tree. The tree budget must not exceed $70,000. Citizens want more of the colorful$90 trees than the others if possible. Let x be number of $75 trees and y the number of $90 trees. Which system of inequalities represents this situation?

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    Any answer choices? Or is this one of them 75x+90y<=70,000 x<=y?

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    thx for all the help so far :D

  4. anonymous
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    Welcome! :)

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