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Megan bought 7 charms for 31.50. Each charm costs the same amount off money. Write an inequality that can be used to determine the maximum amount of charms Megan can buy with 75$. Part 2: What is the maximum amount of charms Megan can buy with 75$? Show all work.

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  1. anonymous
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    First what you have to do is divide 31.50 by 7 charms which gives you 4.50, which would be the cost of each charm then your inequality would be 4.50C is less than or equal to 75 . (C for charms) then when you divide 75 by 4.50 the mximum charms megan can buy is 16.

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