# math

Option A \$5.75 for each visit
Option B Yearly membership for \$99, plus
\$.50 for each visit

write an inequality that can be used to determine the minimum number of times a person would need to visit the gym in a year in order for option B to be less expensive than option A.

\$5.75x > \$99 + \$.50 ??

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1. \$5.75v > \$99 + \$.50v

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