# Math

A vendor at a concert sells new and used CDs. The new CDs cost 2.5 times as much as the old CDs. If 4 used CDs and 9 new CDs cost \$159, what is the price of each item?

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1. 9N+4U=159
9(2.5U)+ 4U=159
solve for U first, then solve for N

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