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14 April, 14:11

It costs $55 to be a member of a music club. A member of the club pay's $25 per lesson. Non member's pay $30 per lesson. How many lessons would each have to take so the cost for each is the same

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  1. 14 April, 14:48
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    The number of lessons the member and the non member would have to take so the cost for each to be the same = 11 lessons.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Here we have an optimization problem, therefore

    Let the number of lessons the members have to take be X and the number of lessons the non members have to take be Y

    We have; when Y = X then

    55 + 25*Y = 30*Y

    55 = 5*Y

    Y = 11

    The number of lessons the member and the non member would have to take so the cost for each to be the same = 11 lessons.
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