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donnie1999

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------------WILL FAN AND MEDAL------------ You are serving bratwurst and hamburgers at your annual picnic. You want at least three bratwursts or hamburgers for each of your 20 guests. Bratwursts cost $1.2 each and hamburgers $0.95 each. Your budget is $75. Let x be the number of bratwursts and y the number of hamburgers. Which system of inequalities represents this situation?

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    I will do this

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    1.2 as $1.20?

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    What are the answer choices?

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    It would come to 43

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    $

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    Did you get it right?

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    x+y>=60 1.2x+0.95y<=75 x+y<=20 1.2x+0.95y>=75 x+y<=20 1.2x+0.95y<=75 x+y>=60 1.2x+0.95y>=75

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    x+y=>60 1.2x+0.95y<=75

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