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mya123

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Travis is an avid skier. He is trying to decide whether to buy ski equipment. Typically, it costs him $60 a day to rent ski equipment and buy a lift ticket. You can buy ski equipment for about $400. A lift ticket alone costs $35 for one day. Find the break-even poin

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  1. mya123
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    a. 4 days b. 11 days c. 6 days d. 16 day

  2. anonymous
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    the answer is d for daddy wingspan

  3. mya123
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    maeve get out i really need help ur next o me

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    let number of days to break even = x to rent for x days it costs 60 x to buy and buy ticket costs 400 + 35x equate these 2 functions and solve for x

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    @maevedanna - please don't just give direct answers Read the Code of Conduct

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