# Nathan and Steven stacked boxes on a shelf. Nathan lifted 13 boxes and Steven lifted 15 boxes. The boxes that Nathan lifted each weighed 12 lb more than the boxes Steven lifted. Which expression represents the total number of pounds Nathan lifted? Let s represent the weight of the boxes that Steven lifted. a. 13(s 12) b. s 12 c. 15(s 12) d. 12(s 13)

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### Write an inequality with a solution of x < -7 that you solve in 2 or more steps. (HINT: Start with x < -7. Then do 2 steps to both sides (multiply by the same number, add the same number, etc.) )

X<-7
times both sides by 2
2x<-14
2x<-14

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### Thomas works for a company that occupies a large campus. Every workday, he orders a cup of coffee on campus, and the $1.50 cost is automatically deducted from his paycheck. If Thomas visits the coffee shop 13 times, what will the net change in his paycheck be? Answer: When Thomas visits the coffee shop 13 times than the change in his paycheck be is$19.5 .

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As given

Thomas works for a company that occupies a large campus.

Every workday, he orders a cup of coffee on campus, and the $1.50 cost is automatically deducted from his paycheck. If Thomas visits the coffee shop 13 times . Thus Net change in Thomas paycheck = 13 × Cost per deduction from paycheck Put all the values in the above Net change in Thomas paycheck = 13 × 1.50 =$ 19.5

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If he does not have any female customers during a particular week, how many male customers does he need to meet his expenses? (x 0, y 0, x and y take only integer values)

2500=50y + 45(0)
2500/50=y
50=y

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### Your monthly living expenses are $1500 on an income of$1,650 per month. Your goal is to have an emergency fund of 4 times your monthly living expenses. Your emergency fund savings account has $2,400 and you put the remainder of your monthly income into the emergency fund each month. How much more money would you have to save each month to complete your emergency fund in 12 months? a.$300 per month b. $150 per month c.$75 per month d. $60 per month Your end goal is to have$6000 total in 12 months. since you have $2400 already you can subtract that from 6000 leaving you with$3600 over the course of 12 months. since you already put $150 in a month over the course of 12 months you would have$1800 which is only half of the goal of $3600. in order for you to put in$3600 you would have to put an additional 150 in your savings along with your regular 150 making the answer b.

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