You make cards and sell them for $2.50 each. It costs $1.15 to print each card. You also pay $50 for supplies. How many cards must you sell to meet the cost for making the cards (you break even)? Round up to the next whole card.

A. 20 cards
B. 37 cards
C. 20.46 cards
D. 38 cards

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  1. 50 + 1.15x = 2.50x

    Solve for x.

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  2. D. 38

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