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the johnsons carnival cost $15 plus 0.50 per ride. the peers carnival cost $10 and $1.00 per ride. how many rides should you plan riding to make the johnsons carnival less expensive than the peers carnival??????

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  1. anonymous
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    let x be the no. of rides taken and so total cost for J- 15+x*0.5=c and for P- 10 +x*1 as total cost of J is less so 15+x*0.5<10+x 15-10<x-x*0.5 5<x*0.5 10<x

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    thank you so much for your help u explain great!

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    any more q

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    nope all done, thank u for your help it's greatly appreciated

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