SOLUTION: There is an equal number of two brands of watches on a shelf. Brand A watches cost \$58 each and brand B watches cost \$30 each. If the total cost of all watches on the shelf is \$22,

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 Question 520934: There is an equal number of two brands of watches on a shelf. Brand A watches cost \$58 each and brand B watches cost \$30 each. If the total cost of all watches on the shelf is \$22,000 how many watches are there?Answer by lwsshak3(7677)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!There is an equal number of two brands of watches on a shelf. Brand A watches cost \$58 each and brand B watches cost \$30 each. If the total cost of all watches on the shelf is \$22,000 how many watches are there? ** let x=total number of watches x/2*58=x/2*30=22000 58x/2+30x/2=22000 58x+30x=44000 88x=44000 x=44000/88=500 Ans: Number of watches on the shelf=500