# Finite Math Help!!! p 64?

A dietician is planning a snack package of fruit and nuts. Each ounce of fruit will supply 6 units of protein, 6 units of carbohydrates, and 5 unit of fat, and will contain 21 calories. Each ounce of nuts will supply 5 units of protein, 4 unit of carbohydrate, and 5 units of fat, and will contain 32 calories....
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A dietician is planning a snack package of fruit and nuts. Each ounce of fruit will supply 6 units of protein, 6 units of carbohydrates, and 5 unit of fat, and will contain 21 calories. Each ounce of nuts will supply 5 units of protein, 4 unit of carbohydrate, and 5 units of fat, and will contain 32 calories. Every package must provide at least 6 units of protein, at least 12 units of carbohydrates, and no more than 10 units of fat. What is the least number of calories possible in a package?

Write out the inequality for protein using x and y as your variables for ounces of fruit and nuts respectively. (Use variables in order)

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Write out the inequality for carbohydrates using x and y as your variables for ounces of fruit and nuts respectively. (Use variables in order)

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Write out the inequality for fat using x and y as your variables for ounces of fruit and nuts respectively. (Use variables in order)

I have no idea how to do this everytime i work these problems one of them is wrong

Write out the inequality for protein using x and y as your variables for ounces of fruit and nuts respectively. (Use variables in order)

nothing

Write out the inequality for carbohydrates using x and y as your variables for ounces of fruit and nuts respectively. (Use variables in order)

nothing

Write out the inequality for fat using x and y as your variables for ounces of fruit and nuts respectively. (Use variables in order)

I have no idea how to do this everytime i work these problems one of them is wrong

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