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write an equation that represents the following problem:
There are two cell phone plans available from cell phones R us company. Plan A charges $35 per month plus $0.05 for every text message. Plan B charges $50 plus $0.01 for every text message . How many text messages do you need to send in order for plan a to cost the same as plan b
A. 35 + 0.05m = 50 + 0.01m
B. 35 + 5m = 50 + m
C. 35 + m = 50 + 5m
D. 50 + 0.05m = 35 + 0.01m

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i will help again @Mavckenzie

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Ok

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50+.01t<35+.05t subtract .05t from both sides
50-.04t<35 subtract 50 from both sides
-.04t<-15 divide both sides by -.04 (and flip sign as rule because of division by a negative number)
t>375
So plan B is cheaper than plan A when you send more than 375 texts... 35+0.05t>50+50+0.01t @Mavckenzie

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did it help ??? @Mavckenzie

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not really because its not about it being bigger (< >) its about what makes plan a equal to plan b

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