# Aaron has $480 to spend at a bicycle store for some new gear and biking outfits. Assume all prices listed include tax.He buys Aaron has$480 to spend at a bicycle store for some new gear and biking outfits. Assume all prices listed include tax. He buys a new bicycle for $427.79. He buys 2 bicycle reflectors for$10.31 each and a pair of bike gloves for $29.94. He plans to spend some or all of the money he has left to buy new biking outfits for$47.45 each.

Which inequality can be used to determine
o
o, the maximum number of outfits Aaron can purchase while staying within his budget?

478.35
+
47.45
o

480
478.35+47.45o≤480

478.35
+
47.45
o

480
478.35+47.45o≥480

47.45
+
478.35
o

480
47.45+478.35o≤480

47.45
+
478.35
o

480
47.45+478.35o≥480

## This Post Has 10 Comments

1. Ryantimes2 says:

Step-by-step explanation:

2. lakenyahar says:

a number

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3. mamabates181981 says:

1) two hundred forty-five thousand, six hundred ninety-eight
2) millions place
3) < (less than)
4) 35,345,354,400,712,982, 350,000
5) 731
6) 56
7)13,176
8) associative property

4. SJ9320 says:

D

Step-by-step explanation:

150-35x=45

X in this equation would be 3

Take 35x3 and you get 105. Plug this in

150-105=45

hope this helps

5. neekog11 says:

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6. ms0579930 says:

im  cool

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7. crom says:

d.$1,685 Explanation: Though many jobs were completed, but only Job 356 and 357 were sold. Cost of Goods Sold = cost of job 356 +cost of job 357 =$450 + $1,235 =$1,685

8. gamerella101 says:

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9. mbalderp5bxjo says:

1) Two Hundred Forty Five Thousand, Six Hundred Ninety Eight
2) The Value of the 4 is 40,000
3)456819<460891
4) 35 , 345, 354, 400 , 982 , 350,000