# The Franklin Middle School jazz band plans to have a car wash to raise $468.75 for a new sound system. In the past, they washed an average of 125 cars at each car wash. What should they charge per car so they reach their goal?

We can find the necessary charge by dividing the money the band needs by the number of cars they expect:

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To calculate the price per car they should charge, the jazz band needs to divide the total amount they want to raise ($468.75) by the average number of cars they wash at each car wash (125).

$468.75 ÷ 125 =$3.75

So, they should charge $3.75 per car in order to reach their fundraising goal of$468.75 for the new sound system.

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