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###### 43 . Solve the following system of equations graphically: (7 marks) x+J =2 ~y =-5r + 10 44. In order to increase his sales shopkeeper mixes two types of hard candy: peppermints and cinnamon candies: The peppermints sell for $1.80/kg. The cinnamon candy sells for $2. A0/kg: The new candy mixture sells for $2.16/kg The shopkeeper makes up 50 kg of the new mixture: Use graph to determine the amount ofeach type of candy that i8 needed to make the new mixture_ Verify your answer: (If you prefer; use

43 . Solve the following system of equations graphically: (7 marks) x+J =2 ~y =-5r + 10 44. In order to increase his sales shopkeeper mixes two types of hard candy: peppermints and cinnamon candies: The peppermints sell for $1.80/kg. The cinnamon candy sells for $2. A0/kg: The new candy mixture sells for $2.16/kg The shopkeeper makes up 50 kg of the new mixture: Use graph to determine the amount ofeach type of candy that i8 needed to make the new mixture_ Verify your answer: (If you prefer; use The Geometer's Sketchpad" or a TI-83 Plus graphing calculator to draw your graph: Include hard copy with your calculations, by printing the graph ) marks) 45 . A local fitness club has two payment options Plan A: monthly membership fee of $25, plus $2 per visit Plan B: fee of $7 per visit Determine the number of visits when both options are the same: Verily your answer; (6 marks)