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anonymous
 4 years ago
Susan is deciding where to take her friends for her 16th birthday party. Funtimes Golf and Arcade costs $10 per person plus a $100 rental fee. Party Central charges $12 per person plus a $60 cleaning fee. Susan wants to go to Party Central, but her parents tell her that she must choose the place that is the better deal. how many friends can she invite so that she gets the better deal?
anonymous
 4 years ago
Susan is deciding where to take her friends for her 16th birthday party. Funtimes Golf and Arcade costs $10 per person plus a $100 rental fee. Party Central charges $12 per person plus a $60 cleaning fee. Susan wants to go to Party Central, but her parents tell her that she must choose the place that is the better deal. how many friends can she invite so that she gets the better deal?

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0you break even at 20 friends, so 19 friends
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