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## Dylan and his children went into a grocery store and where they sell peaches for $1 each and mangos for $0.50 each. Dylan has $15 to spend a

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Dylan and his children went into a grocery store and where they sell peaches for $1 each and mangos for $0.50 each. Dylan has $15 to spend and must buy no less than 15 peaches and mangos altogether. If Dylan decided to buy 13 peaches, determine the maximum number of mangos that he could buy. If there are no possible solutions, submit an empty answer

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2021-08-16T02:16:27+00:00
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Answer:

He can buy 4 mangos.

Step-by-step explanation:

Ok so 13 peaches are $13. That leaves $2 because 15-13=2. He can buy 4 mangos because $2÷ $0.50= 4

4 mangos

15-13=2

2/0.5=4

hope that helps