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i multiplied the membership fees .total revenue= 99x175x250= 4331250 .... Then I divided the total revenue by each membership amount to get the total revenue contributed by each membership type .. individual = 4331250/90= 43 750 , dual= 4331250/175=24750, family= 4331250/250=17325...

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Please explain each step in your solution.i multiplied the membership fees .total revenue= 99x175x250= 4331250 .... Then I divided the total revenue by each membership amount to get the total revenue contributed by each membership type .. individual = 4331250/90= 43 750 , dual= 4331250/175=24750, family= 4331250/250=17325...

I don't think we have enough information. We need to know how many memberships have been purchased.

this is why I was confused ,it didnt say how many memberships have been purchased. That was the information I was given.....what I did there was just a random idea I dont even know how to explain it. it was one of those "oh maybe I should do it like this"Please explain each step in your solution.

I don't think we have enough information. We need to know how many memberships have been purchased.

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Feel free to use random ideas on your way to the solution. But you have to justify the solution by very non-random math reasoning. If you can't do it, if you can't explain it - that's not even an attempt worth posting.this is why I was confused ,it didnt say how many memberships have been purchased. That was the information I was given.....what I did there was just a random idea I dont even know how to explain it. it was one of those "oh maybe I should do it like this"

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Suppose that [imath]\mathcal{I,~D,~\&~F}[/imath] are the

The total revenue is [imath] \mathcal{R^{re}=99^{re}\cdot I+175^{re}\cdot D+250^{re}\cdot F}[/imath]

okay , I didnt know. I apologize.Feel free to use random ideas on your way to the solution. But you have to justify the solution by very non-random math reasoning. If you can't do it, if you can't explain it - that's not even an attempt worth posting.

Suppose that [imath]\mathcal{I,~D,~\&~F}[/imath] are thenumbersof yearly individual memberships, dual memberships & family memberships respectively.

The total revenue is [imath] \mathcal{R^{re}=99^{re}\cdot I+175^{re}\cdot D+250^{re}\cdot F}[/im [/QUOTE][/imath]

i'm confused ,can you please explainSuppose that [imath]\mathcal{I,~D,~\&~F}[/imath] are thenumbersof yearly individual memberships, dual memberships & family memberships respectively.

The total revenue is [imath] \mathcal{R^{re}=99^{re}\cdot I+175^{re}\cdot D+250^{re}\cdot F}[/imath]