anonymous
  • anonymous
Copy Cats charges a $21 surcharge for a batch of colored copies plus $0.15 per page. Heritage Printing charges a $25.50 surcharge for a batch of colored copies plus $0.12 per page. How many pages of colored copies would make Heritage Printing cheaper than Copy Cats?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Copy Cats = 21 + 0.15n Heritage Printing = 25.50 + 0.12n (Where 'n' is the number of pages) So: 25.50 + 0.12n < 21 + 0.15n Solve for n.
anonymous
  • anonymous
cc = 21 + .15p hp = 25.5 +.12p 25.5 +.12p < 21 +.15p 4.5 < .03p 4.5/.03

anonymous
  • anonymous
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