## Math Problem Statement

Video streaming company A charges a one-time $40 membership fee and $2 per video stream. Video streaming company B charges a one-time $20 membership fee and $4 per video stream.

For how many streamed videos do Companies A and B charge the same total amount?

Let *s* represent the number of streamed videos and let *c* be the total amount that a streaming company charges.

Use a system of equations to solve this problem.

What is the solution to the system of equations?

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## Math Problem Analysis

### Mathematical Concepts

Linear Equations

Algebra

Systems of Equations

### Formulas

Cost for Company A: c_A = 40 + 2s

Cost for Company B: c_B = 20 + 4s

Equation for Equality: 40 + 2s = 20 + 4s

### Theorems

Solving Systems of Linear Equations

### Suitable Grade Level

Grades 6-8

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