A media downloaded store sells songs for $1 each and movies for $15 each. You have $60 to spend. How many movies and songs can you purchase for $60?

termegolz6 2022-08-01 Answered
A media downloaded store sells songs for $1 each and movies for $15 each. You have $60 to spend. How many movies and songs can you purchase for $60?
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dasse9
Answered 2022-08-02 Author has 12 answers
Let us assume we can purchase x number of songs and y number of movies for $60
Hence,
x+15y- 60
Possible combinations can be:
60 number of Songs and 0 number of movies
45 number of Songs and 1 number of movies
30 number of Songs and 2 nurber of movies
15 number of Songs and 3 number of movies
0 number of Songs and 4 number of movies
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