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17 July, 00:40

a small candle costs $2.25 an a large candle costs $4.75. jerome cannot spent more than $80. write an inequality that models the amount spent on small and large candles. then given that jerome needs to buy at least 15 candles for his school play write an inequality that models the number of small and large candles he can buy.

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  1. 17 July, 02:25
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    (1) 2.25s + 4.75l ≤ 80

    (2) s + l ≥ 15

    Step-by-step explanation:

    2.25s = cost of a small candle

    4.75l = cost of a large candle

    2.25s + 4.75l = total cost of candles

    You have two conditions:

    A. Amount spent on small and large candles

    (1) 2.25s + 4.75l ≤ 80

    B. Number of small and large candles

    (2) s + l ≥ 15
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