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anonymous
 one year ago
Ori needed at least $1.47 in postage to mail an envelope to his cousin overseas. If x represents the number of $0.44 cent stamps he has and y represents the number of $0.10 cent stamps he has, the inequality representing the number of stamps he can use to mail the envelope is 0.44x + 0.10y ≥ 1.47.
If Ori uses all 3 of the $0.44 cent stamps he has, what is the minimum number of $0.10 stamps he needs to use?
anonymous
 one year ago
Ori needed at least $1.47 in postage to mail an envelope to his cousin overseas. If x represents the number of $0.44 cent stamps he has and y represents the number of $0.10 cent stamps he has, the inequality representing the number of stamps he can use to mail the envelope is 0.44x + 0.10y ≥ 1.47. If Ori uses all 3 of the $0.44 cent stamps he has, what is the minimum number of $0.10 stamps he needs to use?

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