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Chocolates costing $8 per pound are to be mixed with chocolates costing $3 per pound to make a 20 pound mixture. If the mixture is to sell for $5 per pound, how many pounds of each chocolate should be used?
Which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem?
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Solve for x.
x/6 = 10
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x/6 = 10;
x = 10 * 6;
x = 60
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Simplify 1 · x - x/1 . **Weegy:** (x - y + 1) - (x + y - 1) = 2 - 2y **User:** Solve for x.
3x/6 + 1 = 7
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Evaluate.
-|-7 + 3|
-4
4
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-|-7 + 3|

= -(7 - 3)

= -7 + 3

= -4

= -(7 - 3)

= -7 + 3

= -4

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Evaluate -3x^3 - 4x for x = -1.
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