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A convenience store charges \$1.05 for a 20 ounce soda and every refill. Another convenience store charges \$1.55 for a 20 ounce soda and \$1.05 for every refill. Write the cost model equations for both stores and find the number of refills that makes the costs equal.

Write the cost model equations for the first store. Use x to represent the number of refills. The variable C represents the total cost.

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