## Janice is trying to earn \$30 to buy a necklace. She has saved \$5.25. She earns \$2.25 per hour weeding her grandmother’s garden and she earns

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Janice is trying to earn \$30 to buy a necklace. She has saved \$5.25. She earns \$2.25 per hour weeding her grandmother’s garden and she earns \$5.50 per hour selling seashells at the flea market. Will Janice have enough to buy the necklace if she works in the garden for 2 hours and at the flea market for 4 hours? Use the inequality 2.25y + 5.50z + 5.25 ? 30. Yes, because the total will be \$26.50. Yes, because the total will be \$31.75. No, because the total will be \$25.25. No, because the total will be \$46.50.

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1 week 2021-09-15T20:32:27+00:00 2 Answers 0

yes

Step-by-step explanation:

because the total will be \$31.75.

Yes, because the total will be \$31.75

Step-by-step explanation:

Let

x —–> number of hours weeding grandmother’s garden

z —-> number of hours selling seashells at the flea market

we know that

The inequality that represent this situation is

so

For x=2 hours, z=4 hours

substitute in the inequality

—–> is true

therefore

Janice will have enough to buy the necklace