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    1. Juanita sells two different computer models. For each Model A computer sold she makes $45, and for each Model B computer sold she makes $65. Juanita set a monthly goal of earning at least $4000.
    A) Write a linear inequality that describes Juanita's options for making her sales goal.

    2. The Candy Shack sells a particular candy in two different size packages. One size sells for $1.25 (each) and the other sells for $1.75 (each).If the store received $65.50 for 42 packages of candy. How many of each size were sold?

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    1. Let A be number of model A computers sold and B be number of model B computers ...

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    The solution gives detailed steps on setting up linear equations for 2 questions.