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 3 years ago
Adrianne and Peter run a catering company. They have two different pricing options. The first option offers $150 for their services plus $25 per meal they serve. The second option allows the client to only spend $120, but they must pay $40 for each meal served. How many people are served when the total price is the same for both plans?
 3 years ago
Adrianne and Peter run a catering company. They have two different pricing options. The first option offers $150 for their services plus $25 per meal they serve. The second option allows the client to only spend $120, but they must pay $40 for each meal served. How many people are served when the total price is the same for both plans?

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savannahdc
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0i think it's 4 but i'm not sure.

aleroth
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Let x be the number of meals where the total price is the same for both plans. 150+25x=120+40x 150+25x120=120+40x120 30+25x25x=40x25x 30=15x x=2
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