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  1. anonymous
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    Please help me :(

  2. OregonDuck
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    $19-$7.25-$2.75= $9 (max. spending money for snacks) Snacks= $0.50 $9/$0.50=18 (max # of snacks he can buy) He can buy equal to or less than 18 snacks.

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    hello again my friend

  4. anonymous
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    Ben has $19 - $7.25 = $11.75 left, after he bought a notebook. So you can make the inequality:\[$11.75-$0.5x \ge $2.75\]

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    no i am right

  6. dehelloo
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    This video follows up the process I reckon mate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAAb1v1120U

  7. OregonDuck
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    oh ok lets medal each other than

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    @KayleeMullins you there? we gave you the answer!

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    hello?!?!

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