# Wipes

The mummy wiped out the square wipes, and the veil was next to each other on the cord stretched out between the two trees. She used a cord of 7.5 meters in length, requiring about 8 dm on each side of the trunk. All wipes are 45 cm wide. The mummy leaves a gap of at least 10 cm among the wipes and trunk. The clothes do not overlap and do not have them folded. How many wipes can hang up on a stretched cord?

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