## Problem situation: Anna is at the movie theater and has \$35 to spend. She spends \$9.50 on a ticket and wants to buy some snacks.

Question

Problem situation:
Anna is at the movie theater and has \$35 to spend.
She spends \$9.50 on a ticket and wants to buy some snacks. Each snack costs \$3.50.
How many snacks, x, can Anna buy?

Inequality that represents this situation:
9.50+3.50x≤35

Drag each number to show if it is a solution to both the inequality and the problem situation, to the inequality only, or if it is not a solution.

Options are:
9 1/2, 3 1/4, 4, 4.25, 2, -2
Which of these go into Solution to BOTH the inequality and the situation, Solution to the inequality ONLY, and/or NOT a solution

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2 weeks 2021-09-12T07:02:33+00:00 2 Answers 0

Step-by-step explanation:

So if Anna wants to get a a ticket she will have to pay 9.50 so 35-9.50=25.50 and Anna wants to get snacks for x and each snack is 3.50 the 25.50 divided by 3.50 is about 7.29 and with that you cant buy .29 of a snack so Anna will buy 7 snacks and she will have about 1.02 dollars left (if you needed that)