# SOLUTION: A sum of money is made up of \$5 bills and \$10 bills. The total number of \$5 bulls is at least 3 less than double the number of \$10 bulls. That sum of money is a minimum of \$65.

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 Question 156639: A sum of money is made up of \$5 bills and \$10 bills. The total number of \$5 bulls is at least 3 less than double the number of \$10 bulls. That sum of money is a minimum of \$65. What would that look like as an inequality equation?Answer by stanbon(57967)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!A sum of money is made up of \$5 bills and \$10 bills. ------------------------------ The total number of \$5 bills is at least 3 less than double the number of \$10 bills. Quantity Inequality: F >= 2T -3 ---------------- That sum of money is a minimum of \$65. Value Inequality: 5F + 10T >= 65 ---------------- That is what the inequalities look like. =========================================== Cheers, Stan H.