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1 November, 22:14

Fundraiser sold tickets at fixed price for$70. A few more were sold to cover extra expenses. After selling 10 tickets, they still had net loss of$800.

Let P represent net profit when they have sold 'n' tickets.

Complete the equation for the relationship b/n P & n

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  1. 1 November, 23:38
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    P = 70n - 1500

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Fundraiser sold tickets at a fixed price for$70. Now, after selling 10 tickets, they still had a net loss of$800.

    So, the price of 10 tickets is $ (70 * 10) = $700.

    So, initially they had loss of $ (700 + 800) = $1500.

    Now, if they sell n tickets in total and make a profit of P, then the relationship between P and n can be written as

    P = 70n - 1500 (Answer)
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