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# linear equations and inequality

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John spent 1/3 of his inheritance on loose women, 1/5 on expensive cigars, and 3/10 on liquor. He invested the rest in lottery tickets. What percent of his inheritance went to lottery tickets?

Evaluate the expression:
-(2 - 3)4

Fred and Ethel are florists. They are making rose and lilly of the valley bouquets for Valentine's day. Fred can make 3 bouquets per hour, but Ethel can only make 2 bouquets per hour. Working together, how many bouquets per hour do they make?

3(q+5) - q = 29

28 + 31.7 d= d - 12

Solve the equation for n.
9n - m + 7 = 0

1 + 0.94x > 1.26

Mary Jo is looking to buy a new car. She has \$22,,000 to spend. If the sales tax in her town is 6%, and registration is \$450, in what price range should she shop for the car?

Find the slope and the y intercept of the equation 5x + 12 y = 60

Determine whether the two given lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither.
5x + 8y = 23
y = 2 + 8/5 x

Find the equation of the line that goes through the points (1, -2) and (2, 5)

Solve by using any method
4x + y = 48
x - 3y = - 19

3|12 - 4x| - 9 < 11

Joey received plenty of Batman and Spiderman action figures at his birthday party. He received 11 of these action figures all together. When he returned them all to the store to exchange for a giant Yoda, he received \$71. If Batmen sell for \$5 each and Spidermen sell for \$7 each, how many of each did he receive?

The inequality 1,200b + 2,200y < 50,000 describes the number of mountain bikes and youth programs that a police chief can budget for the season (b = bikes, and y = youth programs). Can the chief afford 25 mountain bikes and 15 youth programs?

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