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a revenue of $1500 is obtained from the sales of item A at $50 each and item B at $25 each. Write an equation that shows the relationship between the numbers of items sold.

 Jun 30, 2018

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Let the amount of sales of item A be 'a', and the amount of sales of item B be 'b'.

 

then since a sales for 50$, you get 50a. since b sells for 25$, you get 25b.

Therefore, since the total revenue is $1500, you have for the final equation:

 

50a + 25b = 1500

 Jun 30, 2018
 #1
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Best Answer

Let the amount of sales of item A be 'a', and the amount of sales of item B be 'b'.

 

then since a sales for 50$, you get 50a. since b sells for 25$, you get 25b.

Therefore, since the total revenue is $1500, you have for the final equation:

 

50a + 25b = 1500

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