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    hafli is planning a holiday to a theme park with her school.Below are the costs for the trip.
    Transport £230
    Food and Drink £40
    Other Costs £40
    Entrance Fee £13 per person
    Shafli charges £17 for a ticket on the trip.
    She sells 100 tickets.She plans to donate any extra money to the school fund.
    How much does she donate to the school fund?
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    (Original post by Evelyn143)
    hafli is planning a holiday to a theme park with her school.Below are the costs for the trip.
    Transport £230
    Food and Drink £40
    Other Costs £40
    Entrance Fee £13 per person
    Shafli charges £17 for a ticket on the trip.
    She sells 100 tickets.She plans to donate any extra money to the school fund.
    How much does she donate to the school fund?
    What exactly are you confused about?
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    (Original post by Evelyn143)
    hafli is planning a holiday to a theme park with her school.Below are the costs for the trip.
    Transport £230
    Food and Drink £40
    Other Costs £40
    Entrance Fee £13 per person
    Shafli charges £17 for a ticket on the trip.
    She sells 100 tickets.She plans to donate any extra money to the school fund.
    How much does she donate to the school fund?
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    are you sure that question has the correct values because from my calculation she won't be able to donate anything although i am not sure i handled the question properly.
    So we have income minus outgoings, some of the outgoings are variable costs and some are fixed costs.

    income: 100(17) = 1700
    expenditure:  100(13) + 40 + 40 + 230 = 1610

    profit = income - expenditure

    done.
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    So we have income minus outgoings, some of the outgoings are variable costs and some are fixed costs.

    income: 100(17) = 1700
    expenditure:  100(13) + 40 + 40 + 230 = 1610

    profit = income - expenditure

    done.
    Omg thank you so much, now I feel stupid
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    (Original post by natninja)
    So we have income minus outgoings, some of the outgoings are variable costs and some are fixed costs.

    income: 100(17) = 1700
    expenditure:  100(13) + 40 + 40 + 230 = 1610

    profit = income - expenditure

    done.
    do you really need to use latex for that?
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    (Original post by The gains kinggg)
    do you really need to use latex for that?
    It's a fetish (sorry that joke just had to be made)
 
 
 
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