SAT Math: Selecting Inequalities to Help Party Planners Stock Drinks

Sara and Graham are purchasing grape soda and orange soda for a party. Graham can spend $50, but Sara can only spend $20, so they decide to combine their money. Grape soda costs $1.85 per bottle, and orange soda costs $2.10 per bottle. Graham and Sara wish to have at least 30 bottles of soda for the party. If g is the number of grape sodas and o is the number of orange sodas, which of the following sets of inequalities models this situation?

Heart of AlgebraSystems of linear inequalities in two variables (word problems)
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