Posted by **raylene** on Sunday, December 14, 2008 at 11:59pm.

Tim and Judy mix two kinds of feed for pedigreed dogs. They wish to make 29 pounds of feed worth $0.47 per pound by mixing one kind worth $0.44 per pound with another worth $0.55 per pound.

How many pounds of the cheaper kind should they use in the mix?

-please help! so confused!

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