Suppose Meagan would like to know when the costs are equal between the two trucks.
Um...that's not enough information to do anything with. What are you trying to ask? Your problem states, "Suppose Meagan would like to know when the costs are equal between the two trucks." And...? What's the problem? What are you asking? There's no price to add, and I don't see what your question is. If you're asking how Meagan would go about to check if the two trucks are the same price, there are tons of different ways. She could have the dealership call her when that happens, she could check newspaper advertisements, the dealership Facebook page, etc. This seems more like a common sense problem rather than a math problem. Maybe rephrase the question, because I don't know what you're asking.
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