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At the wintergrove amusement park you can purchase a season discount pass for 75$ that will allow a 10$ admission to the park all season. If you do not purchase a season discount pass, then the park admission is 35$. Determine the number of times you must visit the park with a pass that would equal the cost of paying full price.

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