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Analyzing One-Variable Relationships in Context

To write the equation, let's begin by defining the variable. Let be the number of CDs in the rack. We know that the rack can fit more CDs and that it's full when there are This means that CDs would fill the rack. Let's solve this equation.
There are currently CDs in the rack.