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The dance team was arranging seats for its performance. They expected 225 people to attend, and they wants to arrange the seats in fewer than 10 equal rows. How many rows and seats per row could they set up for the performance?

If you have 22 seats per row, you'll end up with 10 equal rows but 5 extra seats left (for an 11th row). With 23 seats per row, you'll end up with 9 equal rows, plus a 10th row with 18 seats.

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