Problem 1 :
A food manufacturer fills containers of seasoning with various spices, pepper and salt. The amount of pepper p, in milligrams, used in the seasoning can be modeled by the equation
where s is the amount of salt, in milligrams, in the seasoning. According to the model, how many milligrams of pepper are added for every 1 milligram increase in the amount of salt?
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Problem 2 :
The incomplete table above shows the results of a survey that asked a group of doctors and lawyers how many vacations they take each year. If a doctor from the surveyed group is chosen at random, the probability that the doctor takes at least 1 vacation each year is 4/5. How many people from the surveyed group take at least 2 vacations each year?
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Problem 3 :
A boutique shop is selling handmade necklaces. The cost per necklace C can be determined by the equation above, where n is the number of necklaces made.
(a) What is the cost of making 6 necklaces now?
(b) If the shop sells each necklace for $150, how many necklaces should be made so that the shop makes a total profit of $564 after all of them are sold?
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Problem 4 :
Which of the following values of x satisfies the inequality above?
A) -8
B) -3
C) 2
D) 3
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