# Erin is taking part in a play at the community theater. The cast and crew ordered T-shirts for all the volunteers. The cost of a T-shirt is \$8, and the total delivery charge is \$45 per order. If the center has no more than \$325 to buy T-shirts, how many T-shirts can they buy? NextReset

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## Solution 1

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2 months ago
35 T-Shirts. The charge is \$45 per order for service so you take \$325 - \$45. that gives you 280. Then divide by 8 because it is \$8 per shirt. This gives you 35 T-shirts.

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