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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

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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

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