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A tea mixture was made from $30 \mathrm{~lb}$ of tea that costs $\$ 6.00$ per pound and $70 \mathrm{~lb}$ of tea that costs $\$ 3.20$ per pound. Find the cost per pound of the tea mixture.

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1 of 3We let $x$ be the cost per pound of the tea mixture. Creating a table to solve for $x$,

Amount, $A$ (lb) | $\cdot$ | Cost, $C$ ($) | $=$ | Value, $V$ | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

30 lb tea | $30$ | $\cdot$ | $6.00$ | $=$ | $30(6)$ |

70 lb tea | $70$ | $\cdot$ | $3.20$ | $=$ | $70(3.20)$ |

Mixture | $100$ | $\cdot$ | $x$ | $=$ | $100x$ |

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