Write linear inequalities from contextual situations.
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Ms. Larkin is organizing an optional field trip for eighth graders and staff to see a play at the Wang Center. She is able to get a discounted price on the tickets: student tickets are $6 each, and adult tickets are $8 each. If Ms. Larkin has a budget of $240, then what different combinations of students and adults can go on the trip?
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The following resources include problems and activities aligned to the objective of the lesson that can be used to create your own problem set.
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Beverly is serving hamburgers and hot dogs at her cookout. Hamburger meat costs $3 per pound, and hot dogs cost $2 per pound. She wants to spend no more than $30.