## Centerpiece

Janine is planning on creating a water-based centerpiece for each of the 30 tables at her wedding reception. She has already purchased a cylindrical vase for each table. The radius of the vases is 6 cm and the height is 28 cm. She intends to fill them half way with water and then add a variety of colored marbles until the waterline is approximately three-quarters of the way up the cylinder. She can buy bags of 100 marbles in 2 different sizes, with radii of 9 mm or 12 mm. A bag of 9 mm marbles costs \$3 and a bag of 12 mm marbles costs \$4.

If Janine only bought 9 mm marbles how much would she spend on marbles for the whole reception? What if Janine only bought 12 mm marbles? (Note: $1\text{ cm}^3 = 1\text{ ml}$)

Janine's parents, who are paying for the wedding, have told her she can spend at most $d$ dollars on marbles. Write a system of equalities and/or inequalities that she can use to determine how many marbles of each type she can buy.

Based on your answer to part (b), how many bags of each size marble should Janine buy if she has \$180 and wants to mix in as many small marbles as possible.