**Answer:**

13 ink cartridges

**Step-by-step explanation:**

18×13=234

**Answer:**

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

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For this case we have a function of the form:

Where,

A: initial value of an autographed baseball

b: growth rate

x: number of years

Substituting values we have:

For the moment when the value is at least 650 $ we have the following inequality:

** Answer:**

** a one-variable inequality that could be used to solve for the number of years, x, it would take for the baseball to be worth at least $650 is:**

**Answer:**

He needs to work for a minimum of 4 weeks

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Amount he has saved=$375

Amount he needs to earns to buy a dirt bike=He earns $155 per week=155×Number of weeks he's worked(N)

This can be expressed as;

The total amount he earns=(Amount saved)+(Amount he earns per week)

Where;

Amount he needs to earn to buy a dirt bike=$900

Amount saved=$375

Amount he earns per week=155N

Replacing in the expression above

900=375+155N

900-375=155N

525/155=155N/155

N=3.4 weeks

Number of weeks=N=3.4 weeks

Minimum Number of weeks he needs to work=4 weeks

**Answer:**

–52

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Clear the fractions, then add 2.