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Members of the Campus Roller Rink pay a yearly membership fee of $50 plus $5 each time they go skating. nonmembers pay $10 each time the go skating. How many times would both members and nonmembers have to go skating in a year in order to pay the same amount?

50+5x = 10x
now just solve for x
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