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A local gym charges nonmembers $10 per hour to use the tennis courts.
Members pay a yearly fee of $300 and $4 per hour for using the tennis
coutrs. Write an equation to find how many hours, h, you must
use the tennis courts to justify becoming a member.

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    300 divided by 4 - 75 --- is the equation
    therefore 75 hours

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    thanks

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    No problem=)

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    Hello was wrong

    you asked for an equation containing h

    so
    10h = 4h + 300

    solving this
    10h-4h = 300
    6h = 300
    h = 50

    the break-even point is 50 hours

    check:
    non-member: 50 hours = 10(50) = 500
    member : 300 + 50(4) = 500

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    a local gym charges nonmembers $10 per hour to use the tennis court. Members pay a yearly fee of $300 and $4 per hour for using the tennis courts. Write an equation to find how many hours, h, you must use the tennis courts to justify becoming a member.

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