# CCGPS AA 6.3.2 Example 3

- Author:
- Walch Education

- Topic:
- Algebra, Function Graph

A coffee retailer sells two types of coffee beans, the Arabica and Robusta. The Arabica coffee bean costs $9 per pound and the Robusta costs $7 per pound. Find a possible amount of Arabica and Robusta that can be mixed together to yield a quantity of coffee beans costing less than $25.50. Graph the inequality and show the possible solution on the graph.

- Write the inequality that represents the possible amounts of each type of coffee.
- Find a possible solution to the inequality.
- Graph the inequality using technology.
- Verify that the previously determined solution is a feasible solution.

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