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You are shopping for single-use cameras to hand out at a party. The daylight cameras cost \$2.75 and the flash cameras cost \$4.25. you must buy exactly 20 cameras and you want to spend between \$65 and \$75, inclusive. Write and solve a compound inequality for this situation. Then list all the solutions that involve whole numbers of cameras

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