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At local ball park team charges \$4 for each ticket and expects to make \$1100 in concessions. Teams must pay its players \$1300 and pay all other workers \$1200. Each fan gets a free bat that costs the team \$3 per bat. How many tickets must be sold to break even?

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I think it woul be 1400 tickets because you are only making 1 dollar per ticket and you are shelling out 2500 to workers and players subtract 1100 you have 1400 dollars you have to add.

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