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# You must buy cupcakes and pizza for a party. each cupcake costs \$1, and...

You must buy cupcakes and pizza for a party. each cupcake costs \$1, and each pizza pie costs \$8. you know that you need at least 9 pizzas so that each person can have at least 2 slices of pizza. in addition, you cannot spend more than \$110. if you want to figure out how many cupcakes and pizza pies you can buy, what system of inequalities would you write?

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