Problem situation: Bernie spends $6.50 on ingredients and cups for his lemonade stand. He charges $1.50 for each cup of lemonade. How man

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Problem situation: Bernie spends $6.50 on ingredients and cups for his lemonade stand. He charges $1.50 for each cup of lemonade. How many cups, x, will Bernie need to sell to make a profit of at least $20? Inequality that represents this situation: 20≤1.50x−6.50 Drag each number to show if it is a solution to both the inequality and the problem situation, to the inequality only, or if it is not a solution.

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    2021-09-10T04:09:37+00:00

    9 cups of lemonade.


    BTW, the inequality is wrong. You put -6.50 when it is supposed to be +6.50.

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