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  1. Cookie_2046
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  2. anonymous
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    ok so samuel buys how many shirts and how much do the cost

  3. anonymous
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    $24.50 for each shirt so times that by three

  4. SolomonZelman
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    125 > (25.40)•3 + (14.50)•t

  5. SolomonZelman
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    solve for t (where t denotes the number of ties).

  6. anonymous
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    we get 73 .50

  7. SolomonZelman
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    I mean the sign should be ≥

  8. anonymous
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    so take 73.50 and subtract from 125

  9. anonymous
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    we would get 51.50

  10. anonymous
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    so how many ties can he buy with that

  11. anonymous
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    ??

  12. anonymous
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    say if we buy three ties i found that out by taking the nuber it cost to buy one tie and times it by three

  13. anonymous
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    what is the cost of the tyes doe

  14. anonymous
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    and times that by three

  15. anonymous
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    we get 43. 5 if we times it by 4 we get 58 but we only have 51 to spend on ties

  16. anonymous
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    so the snwer is three

  17. anonymous
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    he has enough money left over to buy three ties

  18. anonymous
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    no three

  19. anonymous
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    do you under stand

  20. Cookie_2046
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    yes thanks for helping

  21. anonymous
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    no probz tag me if you need anything else

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