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Paulo has $6 to spend. A sundae costs $3.25 plus $0.65 per topping. Write and solve an inequality to find how many toppings he can order.

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  1. Let n=max. number of toppings he can afford,
    then
    3.25*0.65n≤6.00

    Solve for n.

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