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anonymous
 one year ago
Solve the following problem. It may be helpful to use draw a chart on scrap paper to organize the information and write the equation. Be sure to show all steps (V.E.S.T.) and work in order to receive full credit.
A grocer wants to make a 10pound mixture of cashews and peanuts that he can sell for $3.29 per pound. If cashews cost $5.60 per pound and peanuts cost $2.30 per pound, how many pounds of each must he mix?
anonymous
 one year ago
Solve the following problem. It may be helpful to use draw a chart on scrap paper to organize the information and write the equation. Be sure to show all steps (V.E.S.T.) and work in order to receive full credit. A grocer wants to make a 10pound mixture of cashews and peanuts that he can sell for $3.29 per pound. If cashews cost $5.60 per pound and peanuts cost $2.30 per pound, how many pounds of each must he mix?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.05.6 (10P) + 2.3P = 3.29 P= lbs of peanuts There u go :)
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