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carnival m charges an entree of $5.00 and $0.65 per tickets for the ride carnival p charges an entree fee of $10.00 and $0.45 per tickets for the ride. How many tickets must be purchased in order for the total cost at carnival m and carnival p to be the same?

i know the answer is 25 but can someone please explain?! Thanks!

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  1. 5.00 + (0.65 * x) = 10.00 + (0.45 * x)

    .20 x = 5.00

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  2. Can someone tell me why we multiply those numbers?

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  3. The carnival sold 24 tickets, if each ticket cost $0.45 how much money did carnival make

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