1. Writing an inequality

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Write an inequality to represent this situation:
I have a budget of $50 and need to buy bottles of drink and packets of chips for a party. The drinks cost$1.65 each and the chips are $2.50 per packet. 2. It certainly should look like this: (stuff about the cost of drinks and chips) <=$50.00

Other than that, the world is wide open to you. There are infinitely many such inequalities. Just make one up!

3. Hello, checky123!

Write an inequality to represent this situation:
I have a budget of $50 and need to buy bottles of drink and packets of chips for a party. The drinks cost$1.65 each and the chips are $2.50 per packet. TKHunny is correct . . . There are many possible inequalities. But I suspect this is the one they're expecting: Let .$\displaystyle \begin{array}{ccc}D &=& \text{number of bottles of drink} \\ C &=& \text{number of packets of chips} \end{array}$The$\displaystyle D$bottles of drink cost a total of: .$\displaystyle 1.65D$dollars. The$\displaystyle C$packets of chips cost a total of: .$\displaystyle 2.50C$dollars. . . The total cost is: .$\displaystyle 1.65D + 2.50C$dollars. We can spend up to$50: . $\displaystyle \boxed{1.65D + 2.50C \:\leq \:50.00}$