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anonymous

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When planning his crops, Farmer Joe knows that his 5 acres can support corn and strawberries. He wants to make $5,500 from his crops. He can make $1,000 per acre of corn (the variable c) and $1,500 per acre of strawberries (the variable s). Which equation below would be a constraint in his system of equations? c + s = 5 c - s = 5 1,500c + 1,000s = 5,500 1,500s - 1,000c = 5,500 Im having a hard time with this question, can someone please explain it to me????

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    For every acre of product sold he will indefinably make that number

  4. anonymous
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    so would it be c + s = 5?

  5. Compassionate
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    Precisely, Watson

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    Thanks so much! I really appreciate your help

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