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In a certain candy store, 3 pounds of candy and 2 pounds of mints cost $10.80, and 1 pound of candy and 3 pounds of mints cost $5.35. What is the cost per pound of the mints? mints are 65¢ per
lb mints are 75¢ per lb mints are 85¢ per lb
mints are 75? per lb
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User: In a certain candy store, 3 pounds of candy and 2 pounds of mints cost $10.80, and 1 pound of candy and 3 pounds of mints cost $5.35. What is the cost per pound of the mints? mints are 65¢ per lb mints are 75¢ per lb mints are 85¢ per lb

Weegy: mints are 75? per lb
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User: In a certain clothing store, 3 shirts and 5 ties cost $60, and 2 shirts and 3 ties cost $39. What is the cost of each shirt? If s = the cost of a shirt and t = the cost of a tie, which system of equations represents the problem? 3t + 5s = 60 and 2t + 3s = 39 3s + 5t = 60 and 2s + 3t = 39 s + t = 60 and 5s + 8t = 99

Weegy: 3s + 5t = 60 ......(1) 2s + 3t = 39 ......(2) (1)*2 - (2)*3: t = 3, s = (39 - 3t)/2 = 15 Answer: Shirts cost $15 each, and ties cost $3 each.
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Weegy: %7.50





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