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Caitlin has a $10 gift certificate to a music store. She has chosen a number of CDs from the $7 bargain bin.If the cost of the CDs is $32 after the gift certificate is credited how many CDs did she buy?

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  1. Total Cost = 10 + 32 = $42.

    CDs Bought = $42/$7 = 6.

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    posted by Henry
  2. 23

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  3. I believe that the answer is 6 but I still have some confusion so if you can please respond to this?

    32+10=42 so then 42/7=6

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  4. Total Cost = 10 + 32 = $42.

    CDs Bought = $42/$7 = 6.

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    posted by me
  5. 97

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    posted by Lindsey
  6. 21 Ha god eem

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  7. I don’t eat it

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    posted by Blay
  8. Thank u

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