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B. For the following word problems, set up a system of linear equations then solve using matrices. Verify your answer using MATLAB. Write the MATLAB syntax and MATLAB output on the space provided 1. A mix of 1 lb almonds and 1.5 lbs cashews sells for 150.00 Php. A mix of 2 lbs almonds and 1 lb cashews sells for 170.00 Php. How much does each nut cost per pound? 2. Maria, Rebecca and Sally are selling baked goods for their Math club. Maria sold 15 cookies, 20 brownies and 12 cupcakes and raised 2350.00 Php. Rebecca sold 22 cookies, 10 brownies and 11 cupcakes and raised 1985.00Php. Sally sold 16 cookies, 5 brownies and 8 cupcakes and raised 1330.00Php. How much did they charge for each type of baked good
B. For the following word problems, set up a system of linear equations then solve using matrices. Verify your answer using MATLAB. Write the MATLAB syntax and MATLAB output on the space provided
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1. A mix of 1 lb almonds and 1.5 lbs cashews sells for 150.00 Php. A mix of 2 lbs almonds and 1 lb cashews sells for 170.00 Php. How much does each nut cost per pound?
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2. Maria, Rebecca and Sally are selling baked goods for their Math club. Maria sold 15 cookies, 20 brownies and 12 cupcakes and raised 2350.00 Php. Rebecca sold 22 cookies, 10 brownies and 11 cupcakes and raised 1985.00Php. Sally sold 16 cookies, 5 brownies and 8 cupcakes and raised 1330.00Php. How much did they charge for each type of baked good?
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Subhash P
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Input : Input the matrix equations. Output : each nut cost per pound. each type of baked good cost. % 1. % Define symbolic variables syms a b % Defining the system of Linear...
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