# Shopping trips

Luke bought some fresh produce. He picked up two oranges and three bananas. The cost of Luke's shopping was $18. Georgia also went to the same shop and bought five oranges and seven bananas. The cost of Georgia's shopping was $44.

Write and solve a system of linear equations to represent the two shopping trips. Find the cost of one orange and one banana.

Write and solve a system of linear equations to represent the two shopping trips. Find the cost of one orange and one banana.

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