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What music plan is a better deal?

write an equation and show how many downloads make site A a better deal.

.80x + 29 > 1.19x + 17

after all my other work i got x>30.7

is my answer correct and did i put this sign: > correctly in my equation, please check, thanks

• Math check my answer -

Since we are talking about costs, a better deal is a lower cost, so the inequality should read:
.80x + 29 < 1.19x + 17
30.769 rounds to 30.8, although in this case, it does not count because we are talking about integers.

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