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c=0.05n+1.75 no more than 88 candies c=cost n=number of candies what values of c and n are possible in this situation

2 months ago

Since you're gone Well no more than means you can buy 88 but not more To find the maximum and minimum you can buy substitute the number of candies \(c_{max}\)=0.05(88)+1.75 [Maximum; Given in the question] \(c_{min}\)=0.05(1)+1.75 [Minimum; You have to at least buy a candy] \(c_{max}\)= 6.15 \(c_{min}\) =1.80

2 months ago
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