A small town has two local high schools. High School A currently has 800 students and is projected to grow



A small town has two local high schools. High School A currently has 800 students and is projected to grow by 55 students each year. High School B currently has 950 students and is projected to grow by 25 students each year. Let AA represent the number of students in High School A in tt years, and let BB represent the number of students in High School B after tt years. Write an equation for each situation, in terms of t,t, and determine the interval of years, t,t, for which High School A will have more students than High School B.




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