Algebra 2

The commitee is planning this years prom.
500 on music
800 on the decorations
900 on the ballroom
25 per person for catering

The ballroom can only hold 300 students. 35 per ticket with food. 20 per ticket without food. Must set aside 10 free pron tickets.

a) create a function for the ticket cost without food.

b) make a function for the ticket cost with food.

c) for parts A and B find the number of tickets that must be sold in order to break even


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