Sarah sells two types of wristbands, rope or beaded. She charges more for beaded wristbands than for rope wristbands. The amount of money, in dollars, that she collects from selling x wristbands of one type and y wristbands of the other type can be modeled by the expression 5x + 8y.

What does the variable y represent in this situation?

A.) the number of rope wristbands sold

B.) the number of beaded wristbands sold

C.) the selling price of one rope wristband

D.) the selling price of one beaded wristband

What does the variable y represent in this situation?

A.) the number of rope wristbands sold

B.) the number of beaded wristbands sold

C.) the selling price of one rope wristband

D.) the selling price of one beaded wristband

- There are x wristbands of one type and y wristbands of the other type.

- She charges more for beaded than for rope.

- The amount of money she collects is modeled by 5x + 8y.

In 5x + 8y, y represents:

- She charges more for beaded than for rope.

- The amount of money she collects is modeled by 5x + 8y.

In 5x + 8y, y represents:

**B.) the number of beaded wristbands sold**

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