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Planning for the Input and Output Variables for a program that must ensure that three venues where a band will be performing are not filled over the capacity.

One of the venues takes 150 people and charges R150 per person.how do i make functions and procedures from this?

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Assuming that band A charges a flat price, their price would simply be

A = 600

Band B's price would be

B = 350 + 1.25X

where X = number of tickets sold.

Set them equal and solve for X to figure the break-even point:

600 = 350 + 1.25X

250/1.25 = X

X = 200

If you have fewer than 200 people, Band B is the better deal; more than 200, you're better off with Band A.

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Since you are taking a class in binary programming; I would recommend you figure this out yourself. The major point in logic class is to determine ways to solve this on your own. If you are unable to do this; I would suggest a change of major.

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