Which system of linear equations is the best translation of the following word problems?

Let *x* be the price of an apple and *y* be the price of an orange. Paul buys 12 apples and 5 oranges for a total of $4.60. Marie buys 5 apples and 8 oranges for a total of $3.10.

Let *x* be the price of a gallon of gasoline and *y* be the price of a gallon of diesel fuel. Joe buys 5 gallons of gasoline and 15 gallons of diesel fuel for a total of $50.30. Lala buys 15 gallons of gasoline and 5 gallons of diesel for a total of $45.60.

Let *x* be the price of one pound of beef and *y* be the price of one pound of chicken. Hisland buys 7 pounds of beef and 3 pounds of chicken for a total of $20. Ranny buys 18 pounds of beef and 12 pounds of chicken for a total of $35.

Let *x* be the price of one pound of horse feed and *y* be the price of one pound of chicken feed. Harvey buys 20 pounds of horse feed and 5 pounds of chicken feed for a total of $75. Dina buys 10 pounds of horse feed and 12 pounds of chicken feed for a total of $45.

Let *x* be the price of a banana and *y* be the price of a kiwi fruit. Layla buys 8 bananas and 5 kiwi fruits for a total of $10.60. Apik buys 7 bananas and 12 kiwi fruits for a total of $12.50.

Let *x* be the price of a gallon of gasoline and *y* be the price of a gallon of diesel fuel. Josh buys 2 gallons of gasoline and 20 gallons of diesel fuel for a total $60. Tammy buys 20 gallons of gasoline and 0 gallons of diesel for a total of $50.

Let *x* be the price of one pound of horse feed and *y* be the price of one pound of chicken feed. Drew buys 20 pounds of horse feed and 5 pounds of chicken feed for a total of $50. Dana buys 5 pounds of horse feed and 6 pounds of chicken feed for a total of $29.