a.) Let m represent the cost of a bag of maple granola. Write an expression for the cost of 6 bags of maple granola.

b.) Use the variable m to write an expression for the cost of a bag of apple granola.

c.) Write an expression for the cost of 5 bags of apple granola.

d.) Write an equation to show that the cost of 6 bags of maple granola and 5 bags of apple granola was $56.

e.) Solve your equation to find the cost per bag of each type of granola.

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