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anonymous

  • one year ago

I have no idea how to come up these equations? Can I get some help? #15

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  1. anonymous
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    i might be able to help

  2. anonymous
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    if u post it maybe I can help

  3. anonymous
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    It's in the picture no?

  4. jackthegreatest
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    theres no pic posted

  5. anonymous
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    What about now?

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    sorry idek what that is

  7. anonymous
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    If there is no picture, I'm sorry. I'm using my phone so that may be why. The problem asks: You want to bake at least 6 and at most 11 loaves of bread for a bake sale. You want at least twice as many loaves of banana bread as nut bread. Write a system of inequalities to model the situations. Then graph the system. I came up with: B+N is greater than or equal to 11 And 2N+B is greater than or equal to 11 I know it's wrong, but I tried. Also I just need the equations, I can graph them with ease.

  8. anonymous
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    At least 6 loaves means B + N ≥ 6. At most 11 loaves means B + N ≤ 11. At least twice as many banana as nut: B ≥ 2 N. you'll have to pick which axis you want to put for B and N to graph

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