# SOLUTION: Suppose that you take care of pets for vacationing neighbors each summer. You charge \$15 per day to feed and walk a dog and \$5 per day to feed other pets. You know that you can c

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 127079This question is from textbook : Suppose that you take care of pets for vacationing neighbors each summer. You charge \$15 per day to feed and walk a dog and \$5 per day to feed other pets. You know that you can care for 10 pets per day and you want to earn at least \$30 per day. Write a system of linear inequalities that describes the situation for x dogs and y pets other than dogs. Then graph the system to show all possible solutions.This question is from textbook Answer by josmiceli(9671)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! x dogs and y pets other than dogs --------------------- The solutions are between the two lines, including the lines also, but only in the positive x and y regions (one cannot care for negative number of pets) As a check, I can test some points that are in the solution zone and one outside Inside: (8,1), (1,7) Outside: (1,2) (8,1) ------------------ Ok ----------------- ======================= (1,7) ------------------ OK ======================= (1,2) should not work NOT OK So, this is outside and fails as it should