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Edwin has a gift card worth $25 to a digital music service. The table shows the items that he has picked out to download so far.

 

ItemCost ($)

R&B Hits Album9.99

Pop Song1.29

Jazz Song0.79

 

Edwin wants to download another album without exceeding the value of the gift card. Set up and solve an inequality to represent how much he can spend, m, on the album. Which of the following represents the solution to this inequality?

 Mar 19, 2021
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The sum of the prices of the albums must be less than or equal to $25

 

m + 9.99 + 1.29 + 0.79   ≤   25

                                                   Simplify the left side of the inequality

m + 12.07   ≤   25

                                                   Subtract  12.07  from both sides of the inequality

m  ≤   25 - 12.07

 

m  ≤  12.93

 Mar 19, 2021
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idk this is hard

 Mar 19, 2021
edited by Guest  Mar 19, 2021
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The most he can spend on the album is $12.93

 

Is this a multiple choice question? If so, what are the choices?

 Mar 19, 2021

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