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lynn480
 3 years ago
Caroline and Brad run a bakery that serves large groups. They have two different pricing options. The first option offers $50 for their services plus $5 per meal they serve. The second option allows the client to only spend $10, but they must pay $10 for each meal served. How many people are served when the total price is the same for both plans?
lynn480
 3 years ago
Caroline and Brad run a bakery that serves large groups. They have two different pricing options. The first option offers $50 for their services plus $5 per meal they serve. The second option allows the client to only spend $10, but they must pay $10 for each meal served. How many people are served when the total price is the same for both plans?

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SWAG
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2Please post in Math, you might get more help there :)

TranceNova
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Hi looks like you accidentally posted in the wrong section. You'll be sure to find an answer in maths feel free to ask your question there. This question is closed as it is in the wrong section. You can find other subjects by clicking "find more subjects" above. If you have any questions about this feel free to ask :)
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