<span>3 4/9 + 5 1/3

= 3 4/9 + 5 3/9

= 8 7/9

11 1/5 + 2 1/2

= 11 2/10 + 2 5/10

= 13 7/10

7 4/5 + 1 9/10

= 7 8/10 + 1 9/10

= 8 17/10

= 9 7/10

10 3/4 + 15 1/3

= 10 9/12 + 15 4/12

= 25 13/12

= 26 1/12

7 1/2 + 6 1/3

= 7 3/6 + 6 2/6

= 13 5/6</span>

If altogether they spent a total of $71, and a cap cost $5, then the **price **of a** t-shirt **is **$8. Option A **is correct

From the question, we are told that all caps cost $5 each

Let the **cost **of **each shirt **be x:

If Andy bought **a t-shirt** and **a cap** for each of his **six friends**, there will be 6 shirts and 6 caps

If <u>Bob returned two caps and two t-shirts</u>, there will be **4 caps **and **4 shirts left**

If <u>Carl bought three t-shirts and returned a cap,</u> the number of caps remaining will be** 3 caps** and the number of shirts remaining will be **7 shirts**

If they **spent** a **total of $71**, this means;

3(5) + 7x = 71

15 + 7x = 71

7x = 71 - 15

7x = 56

x = 56/7

x = 8

This shows that the **price **of a** t-shirt **is **$8**

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**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

6*n < - (39 + 3/4)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let's do it in steps:

"Six times a number" can be written as:

6*n

Where n is the "number"

"... is less than negative thirty-nine and three-quarters "

then we have:

6*n < - (39 + 3/4)

This is the inequality we wanted, now we can also solve this for n as:

n < -(39 + 3/4)/6