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A health club has two membership services, one for 'Basic' services and a second 'Premium' membership including the swimming pool. The Basic rate is $75/month. If the total revenues for the gym are$4,000/month, how many Premium members does the gym have?
(1) 75% of revenues are from Basic membership.
(2) 1/5 of members are Premium.
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08 Jul 2006, 03:29
75% income means 3000
3000/75 gives us 40 the number of basic number
it is given 1/5 are premium so 4/5 are basic and total is 50 so
the number of premium numbers is 10
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