Algebra

Max has been offered positions by two car companies. The first company pays a salary of $12,500 plus commission of $750 for each car sold. The second company pays a salary of $22,500 plus a commission of $250 per car sold. How many cars would need to be sold to make the total pay the same?

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  1. 12,500+750x=22,500+250x
    12,500+750(20)=22,500+250(20)
    12,500+750(20)=27,500
    22,500+250(20)=27,500
    Cars Sold=20cars

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