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Jerome spent $20 on the supplies to make 50 cookies for a bake sale. What inequality can you write to find the price Jerome should charge for each cookie if he wants to have a profit of more than $60?

Solve and graph the inequality(no need for the graph because we cant draw on brainly)? Write the possible price of each cookie that makes the statement true.

Answered by **Guest**

Ok, the equation should be like this:

Let c be the cost of each cookie

50c-20>60

When you solve it, c>1.6

Which means that each cookie should be sold for an amount more than $1.60

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