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## Can anyone please help me with this problem? Mr. Killian is buying tickets for a school field trip. He buys 80 student

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Mr. Killian is buying tickets for a school field trip. He buys 80 student tickets, and 15 adult tickets. The cost of a ticket for a student is $8 less than the cost of an adult ticket. He pays an additional charge of $14.75 in taxes and fees. If Mr. Killian wants to spend less than $405, which inequality can Mr. Killian use to determine the price he can spend on an adult ticket, x?

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a.) 95x-8+14.75<405

b.) 95(x-8)+14.75>405

c.)15x+80(x-8)+14.75<405

d.)2(x-8)+80x+14.75>405

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correct answer is C!!!

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