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October 1, 2014

October 1, 2014

Posted by **Anonymous** on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 10:09pm.

1. Lauren works for a bookstore. One of the stores suppliers has a promotion in which any in stock childrens book cost $4 incliding tax/ Laurn has been told that she can spend at most $150 on books for the store. How many books can lauren buy and stay within the store's spending limit.

a.) Use an inequality to represent the situation.

b.) Determine the solution and use it to solve the problem.

c.) verify your solution

For a.) i got x < or equal to 150, is it right?

2. Customers can use a pottery studio's kiln and equipment. They can pay in 2 ways for access to the studio. How many uses in a year would make the mebers plan the better option?

studio access rates:

single use: $37.50 per session

Members plan: $285 for unlimited use annually

a.) use an inequality to represent the situation

b.) use the ineqaulity to solve the problem

c.)is the boudary point itself a reasonable solution to the problem?

YES, NO ,EXPLAIN

- To Math Helpers please:Math 2 questions -
**Reiny**, Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 10:36pmdone, see your previous post of this

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