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David needs hotdogs and hamburgers for the tailgate party. He doesn’t want to spend any more than $20. At the neighborhood grocery store, hotdogs are $1.25 per package and the hamburger is $1.75/lb. Which of the following is a possible combination hotdogs and hamburger? A. Hotdogs: 5 packages, Hamburger: 8 lbs B. Hotdogs: 9 packages, Hamburger: 5 lbs C. Hotdogs: 12 packages, Hamburger: 3 lbs D. Hotdogs: 15 packages, Hamburger: 1 lbs
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B. Hotdogs: 9 packages, Hamberuger: 5 pounds is a possible combination if he doesn't want to spend more than $20. 9*1.25+5*1.75=20.
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