Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Medal for best answer!!! A company dyes two sizes of rugs. A small rug requires 2 hours for dyeing and a medium-size rug requires 3 hours for dyeing. The dyers need to make at least 15 rugs, and they must do it in less than 60 hours. Let x equal small rugs and y equal medium rugs. Which of the following inequalities can be paired with x + y ≥ 15 to create a system that represents this situation? 2x + 3y < 60 3x + 2y < 60 2x + 3y > 60 3x + 2y > 60
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foolofatook
  • foolofatook
start with one small and one medium, then keep adding one to each side. is that confusing?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
I dont' get how to do it If you can show me how
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
so small-2hr med-3hr

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foolofatook
  • foolofatook
how many smalls can u do in one hour?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
It takes 2 hours for small rug for dyeing.
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
o.... :/
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
well, how many in 60 hours
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
what im trying to do is get ur brain working with these equations think of the question like this s*x+m*x+=less than or equal to 60
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
It will be like 50
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
well, less than that
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
but look at this, smalls and mediums can be s and m and we need to find numbers to substitute so that when we add them, you have somthing less than or equal to 60
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Can you show me how I wont be able to do it
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
start with a:: 2x + 3y < 60. substitute x with 2 and y with three
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
I ended up with 13<60
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
thats true. so it could be a. but lets work b 3x + 2y < 60. make it look like 3*2+2*3<60 then work
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
12<60
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
2x + 3y > 60 2*2+3*3>60?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
So the right choice is the 1st one?
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
you tell me. d might could be the right answer.
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
3x + 2y > 60 3*2+2*3>60
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
it could be a or b
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
They both end up to be true idk
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
are you looking at the second part of the question? Which of the following inequalities can be paired with x + y ≥ 15 to create a system that represents this situation?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
How can I pair them up?
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
wich is closer to 15?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
The first one it was 13<60 and the other one was 12<60
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
So its A?
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
that would be my answer.
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Okay thanks
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
no problem
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
anything else?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Determine whether the origin is included in the shaded region and whether the shaded region is above or below the line for the graph of the following inequality: y > one half x + 2 The origin is not included in the shaded region and the shaded area is above the line. The origin is not included in the shaded region and the shaded area is below the line. The origin is included in the shaded region and the shaded area is above the line. The origin is included in the shaded region and the shaded area is below the line.
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
I know it either A or C but now sure which one
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
i need the graph pic if there is one
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
There isnt just the equation
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
weird
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
but it says shaded area
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
http://www.mathpapa.com/algebra-calculator.html
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
I used this site to help me graph the equation
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Just graph it there and change the one/half to 1/2
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
o ok
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
its a
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Okay can u help me with last one I have like 10 mins left until I have to go
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
The graph below shows the solution to a system of inequalities:
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Which of the following inequalities is modeled by the graph? 2x + 5y ≥ 14; x ≥ 0 2x + 5y ≤ 14; x ≥ 0 2x − 5y ≤ 14; x ≥ 0 −2x − 5y ≤ 14; x ≥ 0
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
It is either A or B
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
i dont know. it a confusing question
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
I used the graph site I showed you and it is the same exact thing with the A and B if you dont know it its okay
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
@whpalmer4 can u help me?
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
its b
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
is that a guess or your sure?
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
im sure. checked it three times
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Okay thanks alot
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
can i get medal for that one?
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
How can I give another medal I dont know how to do that
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
click the medal to the right of my reply
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
I can't press anything there because i already gave one
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
its ok. i dont really need it
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
If you want it tell me how to
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
its fine
Kitkat1
  • Kitkat1
Okay thanks again
foolofatook
  • foolofatook
no problem is u need anythin pm me
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  • foolofatook
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