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Sarah's youth group is selling candy bars for a fundraiser. The candy bars cost $1.50 each. To date, they have raised $900. Their goal is to raise more than $2,550.

How many more candy bars, x, do they need to sell to reach their goal? Select the inequality that includes the smallest number of candy bars they can sell and still reach their goal.
A.
x > 1,800
B.
x > 2,900
C.
x > 1,100
D.
x > 600

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  1. X > (2550 - 900)/1.50 =

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