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Jared and David both sell air conditioning units, but they work for two different companies. Each month, Jared earns a base pay of $1,001 plus an extra $75.55 for each unit he sells. David's monthly pay includes his base pay of $750 and a commission of $125.75 for each AC unit he sells. In March of last year, Jared and David sold the exact same number of AC units, and their paychecks were both for the same amount. A.) Set up a system of equations to model the amount of money Jared and David earn each month. Let x represent the number of AC units sold, let J(x) represent the total money Jar

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    B.) What is the solution to the system of equations found in Part A? Give your answer as an ordered pair.

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    C.) What does the solution of the system of equations found in Part B represent in the context of this situation? Be sure to explain the meaning of the values in the solution.

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