Janine babysits for $14.50 per hour. She also works as a dishwasher at her family's restaurant for $9.50 per hour. Her family needs her to be at the restaurant at least 7 hours per week, but she can't work there more than 10 hours per week. She also does not want to work more than a total of 15 hours each week. She wants to make at least $140 per week.
Write a system of inequalities that represents the constraints on Janine's part-time jobs. Explain what your inequalities represent in the context of the problem.
Construct a graph of the feasible region to represent this problem. Be sure to label the axes.
i think it's ф or x=6,-6
if you mean by : -(x^2)=-36
it'll be: x^2=36
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x equals 1
in the math equation 8 x 7 = 56, the 8 and the 7 are both factors of 56, since in this lesson we will use square tiles to figure out the factors of a whole find as many different arrays as you can, but follow one important rule: all the rows must have the i can make two rows of nine, so 2 and 9 are both factors of 18.