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5 July, 01:43

Judy has $10 to buy watermelons and grapes. Judy plans to buy two watermelons that cost $6 and as many pounds of grapes as she can at $0.80 per pound. Judy uses the inequality 6+0.8x≤ 10 represent the amount of groups she can buy. Which number line correctly shows the solution set of Judy's inequality

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  1. 5 July, 03:40
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    Judy can buy at least 5 pounds of grapes.
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