For a Good Cause, Algebra

a car wash at the local gas station costs $10.95 including tax. How many car washes can you get at the gas station and still pay less than Plan A: 3 Coupons Coupon Booklet $32.99 Plan B: 5 Coupons Coupon Booklet $52.49 Plan C:8 Coupons Coupon Booklet $79.49 write and solve an inequality
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