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the basketball team is trying to raise $475 for new uniforms if they sell candy boxes for $2.75 a box how many boxes will they have to sell to raise $475?

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asked by lakeeta
  1. b = number of boxes
    2.75b = 475
    b = 172.7
    but since you can't sell a 7th of a anything therefore you would sell 173 boxes

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