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anonymous
 one year ago
To skate at Roller Heaven, each person must pay a membership fee (m) and a fee for each session (f). Art attended five sessions and paid $25 in all. Later, when he had attended 10 sessions, he paid $40 in all. How much is the membership fee and how much are the sessions.
Write a system of two equations with the variables m and f in each to represent this problem.
anonymous
 one year ago
To skate at Roller Heaven, each person must pay a membership fee (m) and a fee for each session (f). Art attended five sessions and paid $25 in all. Later, when he had attended 10 sessions, he paid $40 in all. How much is the membership fee and how much are the sessions. Write a system of two equations with the variables m and f in each to represent this problem.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0m =membership fee f = session fee Art attended 5 sessions (5f) and paid $25. Later when he attended 10 sessions he paid $40 One problem with this question: Does Art have to pay membership again for the second lot of sessions? i.e. if he has paid his membership already for the first 5 sessions does he have to pay again for the next 10 sessions?
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