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a florist sells roses for $1.50 each and carnations for $.85 each. suppose you purchase a bouquet of 1 dozen flowers consisting of roses and carnations. 4a) let x represent the number of roses purchased. Write an expression in the terms of x that represents the number of carnations purchased. 4b)write an expression that represents the cost of purchasing x roses. 4c) write an expression that represents the cost of purchasing the carnations 4d) what does the sum of the expressions in parts b and c represent.

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