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SDcl'loolfcegl-hm5pnﬁqs \C‘l’lgh SUMOOl V Facilitator: M U l am 2.04 Solving Applications Involving Systems of Inequalities Write a system of inequalities to model the following application problems. Then, graph the system and
answer the questions about the solutions. You can make your graphs' 1n GeoGebra and copy and paste
into this document. To use GeoGebra, go to the Online GeoGebra. For instructions on how to create a
graph using GeoGebra, refer to the GeoGebra Instructions in the Course Information Section of D2L. 1. The most you can work 25 hours in a week. Your babysitting job pays $12 per hour and yourjob at a
pizza place pays $8 per hour. You need to earn more than $120 per week to cover your expenses. Write
a system of inequalities to model this situation. Then graph it. Give 2 examples of solutions to this system. System of inequalities: o l0 I'm 1,5
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avian,“ pimu WW I A candy company makes chocolate bars. The regular size bar has 1 oz of chocolate, while the king size
bar has 2.502 of chocolate. The company makes batches of more than 80 bars at a time and uses less
than 150 oz of chocolate for each batch. Write a system of inequalities to model this situation. Then graph it. 0
System of inequalities: H ‘1 5.. 00 Graph: ' '9 I0 10 1° ’ ,
Which of the following would be true for this situation? Write trim or false.
A batch could consist of 90 regular bars and 20 king size bars. ions/C A batch could have 160 total bars.
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