MATH SOLVE

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# A children's birthday party at a indoor play center cost $50 to rent the space and 6.25 per child. Gina wants to spend no more than $100 on her son's fourth birthday party, Wight in inequality for the number of children who can attend the birthday party

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Answer:The number of children (n) that can attend the birthday party can be expressed as;n≤8Step-by-step explanation:Step 1We can use the expression below to calculate the total cost of the party as shown;C≥F+(V×n)where;C=total cost of Gina is willing to spendF=fixed cost for the rentV=cost per childn=number of children at the partyIn our case;C=$100F=$50V=$6.25n=nreplacing;100≥50+(6.25×n)6.25 n+50≤1006.25 n≤100-506.25 n≤50n≤50/6.25n≤8The number of children (n) that can attend the birthday party can be expressed as;n≤8