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You are at the music store to buy some CDs. You have $45 to spend and the store sells CDs for 12.99 each. Write an inequality that represents the number, n, of CDs that you can buy without spending more money than you have.
help greatly appreciated thk

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Ms. Sue
12.99n < 45
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