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13. Joining the frequent visitor program at the planetarium costs $5 per year, Write an equation that can be used to determine n, the number of visits per year for which the cost of being a member of the frequent visitor program is equal to the cost of not being a member. Tickets cost $11 for each student who is a member of the planetarium's frequent visitor program and $13 for each student who is not a member. 14 : Solve your equation from item 13. List a property of equality or provide an explanation for each step 15: Explain the meaning of the solution of the equation

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  1. shreenithaa
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    anyone

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    welcome to openstudy!

  3. triciaal
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    member total cost = membership fee + cost per ticket times the number of ticket non-member total cost = cost per ticket times the number of tickets

  4. triciaal
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    let the number of tickets = n to solve for n let the total cost for member = same cost for non-member

  5. shreenithaa
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    how do u know how much people visited throughout the whole year

  6. shreenithaa
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    can u answer this for me thnx

  7. triciaal
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    did you find n?

  8. shreenithaa
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    nope

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