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6x4-1 that should be the awnser

An easy one for that would be 2x23= 46

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation :**

**1.a**. The price of 2 pound strawberries at Grocery Mart = $2.99

The price of strawberries per pound at Grocery Mart =

= $1.495 ≈ $1.50/lb

ant the price of 3 pound strawberries at Baldwin Hills = $3.99

The price of strawberries per pound at Baldwin Hills =

= $1.33/ lb

**The unit price of strawberries at Grocery Mart is $1.50 and at Baldwin Hills is $1.33.**

**b. **If the Scott family wanted to save money, they should go to Baldwin Hills because at Baldwin Hills the price of one pound strawberries is less than Grocery Mart.

**2.** The price of 5 pound bag of potatoes at Grocery Mart = $2.85

The price of 1 pound potatoes at Grocery Mart =

= $0.57/lb

The price of 7 pound bag of potatoes at Baldwin Hills = $4.20

The price of 1 pound of potatoes at Baldwin Hills =

= $0.60/lb

At grocery mart the unit price of potatoes is $0.57 and at Baldwin Hills unit price of potatoes is $0.60.

**Therefore, at Grocery Mart is the better deal.**

**Answer:**

B. (3, 14).

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Substitution means that you first solve for one variable, and then use that solution to find the other.

For example, if x = y, and x + 5 = 7, you can say that y + 5 = 7.

Now, moving on to the actual problem.

The first equation says that y = 6x - 4, and the second equation says y = 7x - 7.

That means for the first equation, instead of y, it is valid to say that 7x - 7 = 6x - 4.

7x - 7 = 6x - 4

7x - 6x = -4 + 7

**x = 3**.

You could put the x=3 into the y = 7x - 7 equation to find what the y-coordinate is.

y = 7 * 3 - 7

y = 21 - 7

**y = 14**.

And there you have your coordinates! **(3, 14)**.

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I hope this gonna be helpful for you.

When two variables are in relation with a formula or a variable is related by the sum of two or more variables, then it is a partial variation. X = KY + C (where K and C are constants) is a straight line equation which is an example of partial variation.