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Posted by Amber Olander on Tuesday, February 3, 2009 at 9:53am.

A rock-climbing gym charges non-members $16.00 per day to sue the gym and $8.00 per day for equipment rental. Members pay a yearly fee of $450.00 fro unlimited climbing and $6.00 per day for equipment rental. Write and solve equation to find how many times you must use the gym to justify becoming a member.

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