## Odell spends \$55 on supplies to make holiday crafts to sell at a local fair. He decides to sell each craft for \$2.50 and wants to earn more

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Odell spends \$55 on supplies to make holiday crafts to sell at a local fair. He decides to sell each craft for \$2.50 and wants to earn more than \$130 selling the crafts. Which inequality can be used to find the minimum number of crafts, c, Odell must sell at the fair?

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Step-by-step explanation:

Let c represent the minimum number of crafts that Odell must sell at the fair.

Odell spends \$55 on supplies to make holiday crafts to sell at a local fair. This means that the total cost of supplying c crafts would be \$55

If he decides to sell each craft for \$2.50, then the total revenue from selling c crafts would be

2.5c

If he wants to earn more than \$130 selling the crafts, the inequality that can be used to determine the minimum number of crafts that Odell must sell at the fair is

2.5c – 55 > 130