Algebra 1
posted by Vee .
can anyone help! I have no clue how to do this..
PART 1: Use complete sentences to describe a realworld scenario that could be represented by the inequality 5x + 2y 45.
PART 2: Choose one ordered pair that is a solution to the given inequality and explain what that ordered pair means in the context of your realworld scenario.

Algebra 1 
Ms. Sue
Should there be a sign between 2y and 45?

Algebra 1 
Vee
Sorry, It's supposed to be a 'greater than or equal to' sign

Algebra 1 
Ms. Sue
Part 1.
Vee wants to serve cake to 45 people. He has 5 cakes that serve x people and 2 cakes that serve y people. Does he have enough cake? 
Algebra 1 
luc
what about part 2 ?

Algebra 1 
Amy
This is straight off your Algebra test for Florida Virtual school. You really should ask your teacher if you do not know how to do the work.

Algebra 1 
Jessica
I agree with Amy.
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