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To skate at Roller Heaven, each person must pay a membership fee (m) and a fee for each session (f). Art attended 5 sessions and paid $25 in all. Later, when he had attended 10 sessions, he paid $40 in all. How much is the membership fee and how much are the sessions. Show how to solve this, using any method.

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  1. anonymous
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    you ask too many questions!!!!!

  2. anonymous
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    You ask to little.

  3. anonymous
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    :D this is very true..... Froggy got my back then, doesnt he? (:

  4. anonymous
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    Oh yeah for sure ;D

  5. anonymous
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    didn't someone answer this already?

  6. anonymous
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    No... thats a different one... i think :P

  7. anonymous
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    ^^ fail

  8. anonymous
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    this rollerskate heaven is a popular place, we should go on a date there..

  9. anonymous
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    lmfao Yea this is me: Yea and froggy will have the... lmao

  10. anonymous
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    soooo 5f+m=25 10f+m=40 Try taking the next step, i'll help if you mess up.

  11. anonymous
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    Okay then you can either multiply the top equation by -2 or -1 right? Which one do u want me to do?

  12. anonymous
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    Ohhh that method, umm up to you. But the easiest way (for me) is to isolate the single variable, that being the m in any of the two equations, then subbing it into the other one. Then isolate for the f :D

  13. anonymous
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    your way works too, but I find that it takes more work? Idk

  14. anonymous
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    haha it does :P But its the only way i dont get confused :P I always over think things :P

  15. anonymous
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    okayy (:

  16. anonymous
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    okie dokie i got that m = 10 is that right??

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