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Unformatted text preview: x . Now, make a chart for the cost of each type and the total cost. cost per lb. amount in Ibs. = total cost of each $1.05 coffee $1.05 x $1.05 x $ .85 coffee $ .85 20 x $ .85(20 x ) mixture $ .90 20 $ .90(20) Now, set up the equation. Therefore, five pounds of coffee worth $1.05 per pound are used. And 20 x , or 20 5, or fifteen pounds of 85-per-pound coffee are used....
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