Posted by **Rebekah** on Monday, November 16, 2009 at 6:59pm.

A grocer mixes together some cashews costing 8$ per kilogram with some nuts costing 10$ per kilogram. The grocer sold 12 kg of the mixture for 8.50$ per kilogram. How many kilograms of cashews were in the mixture?

I have to find 2 equations then find the answer most likely using substitution.

thanks:)

- Algebra -
**Rebekah**, Monday, November 16, 2009 at 7:32pm
help please:)!!

- Algebra -
**Rebekah**, Monday, November 16, 2009 at 7:33pm
NeverMind!!

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- finite math - Candy costing 1.25 per kilogram was mixed with candy costing 1.65...
- Algebra - Two kinds of nuts, one cost $5.00 per kilogram another cost $5.40 per ...
- algebra - A store mixes kenyan coffee worht $12 per kilogram and turkish coffee ...
- Algebra - A store mixes Kenyan coffee worth $11 per kilogram and Turkish coffee ...
- wossmaan - the nuttyy shoppe has 10 kg of mixed pecans and cashews which sell ...
- MATH - CASHEWS $8.00 PER KILOGRAM AND PECANS $9.00 PER KILOGRAM, HOW MANY ...
- Math - A store mixes Brazilian coffee worth $10 per kilogram and Turkish coffee ...
- math - A store mixes Kenyan Coffee worth $11 per Kilogram and venezuelan coffee ...
- math - A candy store currently sells almonds for $8.50 per kilogram and peanuts ...
- Math - A candy store currently sells almonds for $8.50 per kilogram and peanuts ...

More Related Questions