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16 April, 23:40

Carmen sells cars at a dealership that pays her a monthly salary of $2500 plus a

commission of $125 for every car she sells. A competing dealership has offered her a

job that pays a greater monthly salary of $2700, but only gives $100 commission on

each car sold. How many cars would Carmen have to sell in a month to get the same

pay from either dealership?

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  1. 17 April, 00:48
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    Carmen would have to sell 8 cars in a month to get the same pay from either dealership.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Let c = cars sold

    Dealership #1 = 2500 + 125c

    Dealership #2 = 2700 + 100c

    2500 + 125c = 2700 + 100c

    125c - 100c = 2700 - 2500

    25c = 200

    c = 8
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