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Solve each problem by using a system of three equations inthree unknowns.

Salvador's Fruit Mart sells variety packs. The small pack contains three bananas, two apples, and one orange for 1.80 dollars . The medium pack contains four bananas, three apples, and three oranges for 3.05 dollars. The family size contains six bananas, five apples, and four oranges for 4.65 dollars . What price should Salvador charge for his lunch-box special that consists of one banana, one apple, and one orange?

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Algebra

Algebra 2

Chapter 4

Systems of Linear Equations

Section 3

Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables

Polynomials

Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Introduction to Algebra

Graph Linear Functions

Write Linear Equations

Linear Equations and Functions

Matrices and Determinants

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In mathematics, polynomials form a fundamental family of functions of one or more variables. They can be used to define functions other than the ones that are polynomials, such as rational functions, and even algebraic functions.

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In mathematics, a system of linear equations is a group of linear equations with the same number of unknowns. A system of linear equations is a group of linear equations with the same number of unknowns. A system of linear equations is a group of linear equations with the same number of unknowns.

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