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Chris is comparing two sales positions that he has been offered. The first pays a weekly salary of $375 plus a 20% commission. The second pays a weekly salary of $325 plus a 25% commission. How much must he make in sales per week for the two jobs to pay the same?

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    375+0.2x=325+0.25x 0.05x=375-325 x=1000 $ each one must sale 1000 $ to make both of them take the same salary.

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