Michaela has up to $20 to spend on bottled water and orange juice for a group hike. It cost $2 for each bottle of water and $ 4 for each bottle pdf orange juice.
write an inequality statement of this situation?
2x +4y< or equal to 20
Y < or equal to-1/2x +5
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