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Cookie_2046
 one year ago
A store allows customers to fill their own bags of candy, Terri decides she only wants jelly beans and chocolate drops. jelly beans sell for $0.98 per pound, and chocolate drops sell for $0.67 per pound. Terri's bag weighs 2.1 pounds and it costs 1$5.6
if p is the number of pounds of jelly beans terri purchase, what expression could be used to represent the number of pounds of chocolate drops she purchases?
A. 2.19
B. 2.1p
C. p+2.1
D.92.1
Cookie_2046
 one year ago
A store allows customers to fill their own bags of candy, Terri decides she only wants jelly beans and chocolate drops. jelly beans sell for $0.98 per pound, and chocolate drops sell for $0.67 per pound. Terri's bag weighs 2.1 pounds and it costs 1$5.6 if p is the number of pounds of jelly beans terri purchase, what expression could be used to represent the number of pounds of chocolate drops she purchases? A. 2.19 B. 2.1p C. p+2.1 D.92.1

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