Posted by **Kate** on Monday, December 19, 2011 at 8:32pm.

Can you please help me set up this equation?

Copies at the local library cost $.15 easch. A new copier costs $200 and it costs $.02 to make a copy. How many copies would have to be made for the cost of making your own copies equal to the cost of copying at the library?

Thank you!!!!

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