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Craig is selling candy bars as a fundraiser for his school. He is selling them for $1.50 each and has already sold 43. His goal is to sell at least $130.00 worth of candy bars. Which of the following inequalities can be used to find c, the number of candy bars he still needs to sell? A. $1.50 + $64.50c > $130.00 B. $64.50 + $1.50c < $130.00 C. $1.50 + $64.50c < $130.00 D. $64.50 + $1.50c > $130.00

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