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Suppose there are only enough tutors for 12 fifth graders to attend tutoring . What is the domain and range of the function in Y=.40x

Suppose you need $2.40 in postage to mail a package to a friend. you have 9 stamps, some $0.34. how many of each do you need to mail the package?
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