A company sells two different types of math text books. The cost, C, of producing n copies of its Algebra book is C=12n + 3500, while the cost of producing n copies of its Chemistry book is C=10n + 4000. If the company wants to split costs evenly between the two books, how many copies of each book should it produce?

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2016-07-17T08:33:14+08:00
So C(algebra) must be equal to C(chem) right? so the equation should be: 12n + 3500 = 10n + 400
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