# The function for the cost of materials to make a shirt is #f(x)=5/6x+5# where xis the number of shirts. The function for the selling price of those shirts is g(f (x)), where #g(x)=5x+6#. How do you find the selling price of 18 shirts?

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Selling price for 18 shirts: ( g(f(18)) = g\left(\frac{5}{6} \times 18 + 5\right) = 5\left(\frac{5}{6} \times 18 + 5\right) + 6 )

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