you have been asked to contribute to a service project benefiting a local organization. you plan to buy a combination of $5 dollar and $10 gift cards to donate. You plan to buy exactly 20 gift cards...

you have been asked to contribute to a service project benefiting a local organization. you plan to buy a combination of $5 dollar and $10 gift cards to donate. You plan to buy exactly 20 gift cards...

this is an inequality problem

Someone jogs 4 miles every day while jogging at a rate of 4 mph and walking at 2 mph. She only has 90 minutes so how much of each time is needed to fill 90 minutes perfectly. This is for linear inequalities...

I don't know how to find this sale price. All I know is that 30 % and 78 $ are the answer, but don't know how to use them to find the answer.

What is the simplified answer to -12≥-3y

x^2+3x-10/x^2+3x-4>0

write an inequality for each. you want to spend at most $10 for a taxi ride. Before you go anywhere, the taxi driver sets the meter at the initial charge of $2. the meter then...

-5x + 8 ? 3x + 8 (please explain solving this) X

desc the demensions of the frame

Your math test scores are 68,78,90, and 91. What is the lowest score you can earn on the next test and still achieve an average of at least 85?

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Cannot solve this ....

x-13<=7+4x

Company A charges $60 plus $0.15 per mile to rent a car. Company B charges $25 per day or portion of a day. Jason has determined that it will cost him less to rent a car from company A for a weekend...

To receive a B in a course, you must have an average of at least 80% but less than 90% on five exams. Your grades on the first four exams were 95%, 79%, 91%, and 86%. What range of grades on the fifth...

4. Graph the area bounded by y< 1/2x+6, X+3y>=12, X>=0 and x<=12 part i. graph the bounded by X>=0 and x<=12. shade the region that...

I already solved this problem, I just wanna check my answer

a) define the variables and write an inequality that represents this situation. b) If 500 adult tickets are sold, what is the minimum number of student tickets that must be sold?

You have $8 and a $5off coupon to buy snacks at the concession stand. Write and solve an inequality to represent the regular price of snacks you can buy if you use the coupon.

Lemonade is 50 cents per cup