Jordan has $5.37, which he is using to buy ingredients to make salsa. He is buying one red pepper for $1.29 and three pounds of tomato

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Jordan has $5.37, which he is using to buy ingredients to make salsa. He is buying one red pepper for $1.29 and
three pounds of tomatoes. If Jordan has exactly the right amount of money he needs, what is the price per pound of
the tomatoes?
Choose the correct equation to represent this real-world problem.
Solve the equation and verify the reasonableness of your answer.
A pound of tomatoes costs

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Piper 1 month 2021-10-17T23:05:01+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-10-17T23:06:08+00:00

    Answer:

    Jordan has $5.37, which he is using to buy ingredients to make salsa. He is buying one red pepper for $1.29 and three pounds of tomatoes. If Jordan has exactly the right amount of money he needs, what is the price per pound of the tomatoes?

    Choose the correct equation to represent this real-world problem.

    ✔ 5.37 = 3x + 1.29

    Solve the equation and verify the reasonableness of your answer.

    A pound of tomatoes costs

    ✔ $1.36

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    Step-by-step explanation:

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    2021-10-17T23:06:15+00:00

    Answer:

    The price of tomato per pound is $1.36

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Jordan has $5.37.

    He is buying one red pepper for $1.29

    He is also buying three pounds of tomatoes.

    If he has exactly the right amount of money he needs, then

    5.37 = 1.29 + 3x

    Where x is the price of tomato per pound

    And( 5.37 = 1.29 + 3x) is the equation to solve for x

    5.37 = 1.29 + 3x

    5.37-1.29 = 3x

    4.08 = 3x

    4.08/3 = x

    1.36 = x

    The price of tomato per pound is $1.36

    To verify it again..

    3*1.36 + 1.29

    = 4.08 +1.29

    = 5.37 ( which is the initial total amount)

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