Unformatted text preview: $35, what are the possible combinations almonds, cashews, and
peanuts? (You may ﬁnd it helpful to review Example 8.1.3 in Section 8.1.)
5. The price for admission into the StitzZeager Sasquatch Museum and Research Station is $15
for adults and $8 for kids 13 years old and younger. When the Zahlenreich family visits the
museum their bill is $38 and when the Nullsatz family visits their bill is $39. One day both
families went together and took an adult babysitter along to watch the kids and the total
admission charge was $92. Later that summer, the adults from both families went without
the kids and the bill was $45. Is that enough information to determine how many adults
and children are in each family? If not, state whether the resulting system is inconsistent or
consistent dependent. In the latter case, give at least two plausible solutions.
6. At 9 PM, the temperature was 60◦ F; at midnight, the temperature was 50◦ F; and at 6 AM,
the temperature was 70◦ F . Use the technique in...
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 Algebra, Trigonometry, Cartesian Coordinate System, The Land, The Waves, René Descartes, Euclidean geometry

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