Mark and Nancy are making punch for a party and are using two types of juice: pineapple and papaya. The total number of quarts must be more than 9 but less than 15. They should use at least 4 quarts of each type. We want to find out how many quarts of each juice they should buy.
List any three ordered pair solutions from your graph in #1.

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please help this is for math and its due monday!!

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Have you tried it?

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yea, i can’t figure it out, i don’t understand how to do it.

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Ok

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can you help?

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First graph the system below and describe the shape of the solution area.

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okay

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x+y>9
x+y<15
x>4
y>4

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i dont understand

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I am still explaining I'm just doing it in pieces

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Then list 3 ordered pairs for the system of equations which represent this problem.

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Then pick one of those ordered pair solutions for this problem and tell what each number represents.

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so first graph the systems, the list 3 order pairs for the system of equations, and pick one and tell what it represents.

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Yes you make the graphs so let me know if you can do it if not come back :)

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okay ill try it now.

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how dod i graph the systems you gave me?

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Here are some examples

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I’m still confused

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ohhhhhh

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i get it!

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Awesome!

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I'm glad I could help :)

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ill graph it and let you know if i need more help on this.

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Ok

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thanks

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@Nasa7 how do i graph it if the symbol is facing the number not the variables?

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What do you mean?

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x+y>9
x+y<15
x>4
y>4
this is what you told me to graph, how do i graph the second one, the same way?

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Do this

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and how do i graph 3 and 4?

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2nd ^^

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so the same way?

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Third
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Yes

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okay
thanks

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how do i tell what the order pair stands for

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i choose 4,4 @Nasa7

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Ok

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