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Linda would like to hire a clown to perform at her son's birthday party. Clown city charges $100 for incidentals plus $30 per hour for hiring a clown to perform. Party performers charges $120 for incidentals plus $25 per hour. How many hours would Linda need to plan on so that Party Performers is less expensive than Clown City?

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    solve
    100 + 30t = 120 + 25t

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    120+25x<100+30x
    20x<5x
    x>4
    Greater than 4 hours.

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