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A group of friends wants to go to the amusement park. They have no more than $305 to spend on parking and admission. Parking is $19, and tickets cost $26 per person, including tax. Write and solve an inequality which can be used to determine pp, the number of people who can go to the amusement park.

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  1. 19 + 26 pp </= 305
    so
    26 pp </= 286
    pp </= 11 people

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  2. 19 + 26p < 305

    Solve for p.

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