A factory has two assembly lines, M and N, that make the same toy. On Monday, only assembly line M was functioning, and it made 900 toys.
On Tuesday, both assembly lines were functioning for the same amount of time. Line M made 300 toys per hour and line N made 480 toys per hour. Line N made as many toys on Tuesday as line M did over both days. Write an equation that can be used to find the number of hours, t , that the assembly lines were functioning on Tuesday.
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The height of a flagpole, rounded to the nearest foot, is 42 feet. Which interval shows the possible values of h, the actual height in feet of the flagpole?
Juan buys peaches and grapefruit at the store. He writes the equations shown to model the relationship between the number of pounds of peaches, p, and the number of pounds of grapefruit, g, that he buys. Find the number of peaches and grapefruit.
p + g = 2.5 1.58p + 1.09g = 3.46
Three times the lesser of two consecutive even integers is 6 less than six times the greater number. Find the integer.
Jack is three years older than Jill. Three years ago, Jill's age was fourfifths of Jack's age. How old is each now?
Kevin leaves his bakery at 6.50 am to deliver some pastries to a hotel. If he drives at a constant speed of 80km/h, He will reach the hotel on time. If he drives at a constant speed of 64km/h, he will be 10mins late. At what time is Kevin supposed to deliver the pastries to the hotel?

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