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I'm setting up a fund raising project. My objective is to raise at least $250.00, with a $50.00 prize.

The attached Excel file has 30 clues which I would sell at $1.00 per clue. I would at minimum get 50 employees to buy some clues. At minimum each person will buy 1 clue, which is not enough to meet my goal.

50 employees would have to buy 6 clues maximum. And the fewer the employees, the more they would have to buy.

And the more employees, the fewer each will need to buy. At a 100, each need to buy 3.

Could you come up with a graph that would show the statistics?

Also, this is will be the way I will carry out the fund raiser. I will be hiding some figurines. Each figurine will have a clue indicating its location. Each clue will have a multiplier (X1-X10). Therefore, there will be 300 clues. I will have these 300 clues in a box from which each buyer will pick the number of clues they purchase. Whoever gets the highest multiple and finds the figurine from the clue will win. If there is a tie, then I will have them draw the highest number from a hat, to pick the winner. The prize I just learned is worth $60.00, so I would need at least 60 employees to buy a ticket.

From what I have …