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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:30, jorgefrom584

Cass decided to sell game programs for the hockey game. the printing cost was over 20 cents per program with a selling price of 50 cents each. cass sold all but 50 of the programs, and made a profit of $65. how many programs were printed? letting p represent the number of programs printed, set up an equation that describes this situation. then solve your equation for p.

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