anonymous
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A deli receives a large order for sandwiches for a company picnic. The company wants one club sandwich and two regular sandwiches for each person. The company also wants an extra Dagwood sandwich. A club sandwich has 3 slices of bread. A regular sandwich has 2 slices. A Dagwood has 5 slices. (a) If there are n people going to the company picnic, how many slices of bread does the deli need to make this order? Write your answer as a fully simplified expression. Your answer should have the variable n in it exactly once. (b)Given that the deli ends up using 110 slices of bread, how many peop
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A deli receives a large order for sandwiches for a company picnic. The company wants one club sandwich and two regular sandwiches for each person. The company also wants an extra Dagwood sandwich. A club sandwich has 3 slices of bread. A regular sandwich has 2 slices. A Dagwood has 5 slices. Given that the deli ends up using $110$ slices of bread, how many people are going to the company picnic?
anonymous
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