graphing word probelms

Sep 30th, 2015
KateS
Category:
Mathematics
Price: $5 USD

Question description

Sam will donate up to

$500

to charity. The money will be divided between two charities: the City Youth Fund and the Educational Growth Foundation. Sam would like to donate at least

$160

dollars to the Educational Growth Foundation. He would also like the amount donated to the Educational Growth Foundation to be at least twice the amount donated to the City Youth Fund. Let

x

denote the amount of money (in dollars) donated to the City Youth Fund. Let

y

denote the amount of money (in dollars) donated to the Educational Growth Foundation. Shade the region corresponding to all values of

x

and

y

that satisfy these requirements.

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