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- A balloon is rising from the ground
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A balloon is rising from the ground at 4 feet per second. Another balloon is at 756 feet and descending at 3 feet per ...

- Frank`s Specialty Coffees makes
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Frank's Specialty Coffees makes a house blend from two types of coffee beans, one selling for $9.05 per pound, and the other selling for $6.25 per pound. His house blend sells for $7.37 per pound. If he is using 9lb of the 6.25/lb beans, how many pounds of the $9...

- How do the Quarter Pounder and Whopper
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How do the Quarter Pounder and Whopper with cheese measure up in the calorie department? Actually, not too well. Two Quarter Pounders and three whoppers with cheese provide 2607 calories. Even with one of each provides enough calories to bring tears to Jenny Crag's eyes-9 calories in excess of what is allowed on a 1000 calories-a-day ...

- Substitution Method
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There are 3 times as many houses available with floor plan 2 than there are with floor plan 1. There are 56 houses in total that are ...

- Substitution Method
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in the us house of representatives there are 435 members. if an appropriations bill passes the house with 85 more members voting in favor than against . how many voter in favor and how many voter against

- Substitution Method
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One canned drink is 15% orange juice; another is 5% orange ...

- Substitution Method
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The sum of two positive integers is 80...

- Substitution Method
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1. Bob and Sara went to a restaurant last Saturday. Sara remembers that she had a steak and Bob remembers that he had a burger. Their total bill was $22 but they don’t remember what the cost for each was. Sara remembers that her meal was twice as much as Bob’...

- Substitution Method
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a)The sales representative informs you that there are two floor plans still available, and that there are a total of 56 houses available. Use x to represent floor plan #1 and y to represent floor plan #2. Write an equation that illustrates the situation.

b)The sales representative later indicates that there are 3 times as many homes available with the second floor plan than the first. Write an equation that illustrates this situation. Use the same variables you used in part a.

c)Use the equations from part a and b of this exercise as a system of equations. Use substitution to determine how many of each type of floor plan is available. Describe the steps you used to solve the problem.

d)What are the intercepts of the equation from part a of this problem? What are the intercepts from part b of this ...

- Substitution Method
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A farmer grows only sunflowers and flax on his 240 acre farm. This year he wants to plant 80 more acres of sunflowers than ...

- The perimeter of Mrs. McCord`s rectangular garden
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The perimeter of Mrs. McCord's rectangular garden is 100 feet. If the length is 1.5 times longer than the ...

- The sum of two numbers
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The sum of two numbers is 42. The difference is 14...

- The sum of two numbers
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The sum of two numbers is 26 and their difference is ...

- You are selling tickets for a high school basketball game
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You are selling tickets for a high school basketball game. Student tickets cost $3 and general admission tickets cost $5. You sell 350 tickets and collect $1450...

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