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On a TV game show, a contestant makes $600 for every correct answer but loses $500 for every wrong answer. After answering 22 questions, Sarah broke even. How many questions did she answer correctly?

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  1. If x correct, then

    600x - 500(22-x) = 0
    1100x = 500*22
    x = 10

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