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A student is ordering a flower arrangement. She can choose any combination of rose and carnations for her flower arrangement, and she does not want not spend more than $30. If roses cost $3 each and carnations cost $2 each, which inequality represents all possible combinations of x roses and y carnations?

 Dec 12, 2019
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Price of 'x' roses =  3x

Price of 'y' carnations = 2y    added together must not exceed $30

 

3x + 2y < = 30

 Dec 12, 2019
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Braden is ordering a flower arrangement with roses and carnations. He doesn't want to spend more than $30 on the arrangement. Roses cost $5 each and carnations cost $2 each.

 Dec 19, 2019

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