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A LARGE PIZZA COSTS $8.95,PLUS 0.65 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL TOPPING.REMI PAID $10.90 FOR A LARGE PIZZA.HOW MAY ADDITIONAL TOPPING DID HE GET?

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  1. 8.95+n*.65=10.90
    solve for n.

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