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sharigan900

  • 2 years ago

The cost of BCA math camp is $50 per student. However, Mr. Holbrook buys 5 dozen donuts every day for the 16 days. If donuts cost $10 per dozen, how many students need to attend math camp in order for Mr. Holbrook to break even?

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  1. gaara438125
    • 2 years ago
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    well 10 * 16 = how much he spent on donuts, so obviously 160 then each students pays 50 160/50 then round up.

  2. sharigan900
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    divide right

  3. gaara438125
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    correct

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