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# Members of the debate team are travelling to a tournament, where they will stay in a hotel for 4 nights. The total cost for each member must be with in of . Which of the hotels shown can they consider?

Hint:

### We need to find the hotel where the stay for 4 nights will be between $20 and $175. We calculate the total cost for each member for each of the hotels separately and then select which hotel suits their need the most. To calculate the total cost of each member at every hotel, we calculate the cost for 4 nights at every hotel.

## The correct answer is: it is clear that only Hotel A is the right option for the debate team.

### Step by step solution:

For hotel A:

Cost of per person per night = $40

Cost of per person for 4 nights = $(40 × 4) = $160

For hotel B:

Cost of per person per night = $45

Cost of per person for 4 nights = $(45 × 4) = $180

For hotel C:

Cost of per person per night = $50

Cost of per person for 4 nights = $(50 × 4) = $200

We are given,

The total cost for each member must be within $20 and $175.

From the above calculations, it is clear that only Hotel A is the right option for the debate team.

This was a fairly simple problem of finding the total cost when the cost per night and the number of nights was already given.

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