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Merida and Jude join two different gyms. Merida joins a gym that has a one-time enrollment fee of $70 and $18 per month of membership, including the first month. Jude joins a gym that has a onetime enrollment fee of $40 and $20 per month of membership, including the first month. After how many months of membership will Merida and Jude have paid
the same total amount to their respective gyms?

(A) 15
(B) 20
(C) 25
(D) 30
(E) 35

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70+ 18*x=40+20*x , x= 15 months


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Merida and Jude join two different gyms. Merida joins a gym that has a one-time enrollment fee of $70 and $18 per month of membership, including the first month. Jude joins a gym that has a onetime enrollment fee of $40 and $20 per month of membership, including the first month. After how many months of membership will Merida and Jude have paid
the same total amount to their respective gyms?

(A) 15
(B) 20
(C) 25
(D) 30
(E) 35


70 + 18x = 40+ 20Y

30+18x = 20Y
x=y=15

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