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A picture-framing company sells two types of glass: regular and nonglare. For a piece of nonglare glass, the charge is equal to the length of the longest side in inches multiplied by the rate $0.75 per inch. For what length will the charge for nonglare glass be the same as the charge for regular glass? What will the charge be? Explain your answers.

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