Algebra

a large pizza costs \$6.80 plus \$.90 per topping. a different pizza costs \$7.30 plus \$.65 per topping. How many toppings need to be added to each piece in order for the pizzas to cost the same thing?

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1. .9 x + 6.8 = .65 x + 7.3

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