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30 November, 11:06

A certain gas station requires a minimum of $5 to use a debit card. You plan on buying a soda and however many bags of cheetos required to use your debit card. A soda costs $1.20 and bags of cheetos cost $1.40 each. Let x be the number of bags of cheetos you buy, and create an inequality that models the situation above

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  1. 30 November, 11:56
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    1.20 + 1.40x ≥ 5, or $1.20 + $1.40x ≥ $5

    Step-by-step explanation:

    So since you are only buying 1 soda and you are buying multiple bags of Cheetos so you are able to use you debit card and meet the requirement of at least $5, you can make the inequality:

    1.20 + 1.40x ≥ 5, or $1.20 + $1.40x ≥ $5

    where x is the number of bags of Cheetos.
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