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the yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. LArge cupcakes are sold for 1.25 and small cupcakes are .75. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of 109.75, how many large cupcakes did the yearbook club sell?

  1. Help

    help please... im so stuck.. i need help...quickly

  2. Damon

    1.25 L + .75 s = 109.75

    L + s = 105 so s = (105-L)

    so
    1.25 L + .75 (105-L) = 109.75

  3. Help

    so how many large cupcakes would that be?

  4. Help

    it would be 62... for the people looking for the answer.. your welcome.. i care

  5. Reign

    Ms.Sue is wrong the correct answer is 62

  6. Eva

    So can this question only be answered because we have the 4 multiple choice answers and we can test for each? Or is there a way to figure it out without having the answer?

  7. ANGEL

    1.B
    2.C
    3.C
    4.B

    100%

  8. Jeff

    Tysm

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