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Homework Help: Math - Linear algebra

Posted by George on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 4:36pm.

Cats cost $1, dogs cost $15, and mice cost only $0.25. I want a herd of 100 animals, and I have $100, so being a cat lover, it's tempting to get only cats and mice. But I also want a dog, and my cat(s) want mice to "play" with, so the numbers of dogs, cats and mice are each positive. And no cash left over. What's the solution?

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