Megan has at most \$1500 to invest. She plans to invest some of the money in a long-term CD at 6% and some of it in a short-term CD at 3%. She wants to earn at least \$75 in interest per year. Write a system of inequlites to represent the situation, and use it to find all of the combinations of investments that Megan can make with there two CD's.

1) Define the varibles
2)Develope the inequality that satisfies each condition below.
a. Total money invested.
b. Amount of money invested in each CD.

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