## To find the mileage at which the cost is the same for both Sunset and Sunrise, we can set up an equation. Let's assume X represents the number of miles.

For Sunset:

Cost = $21.95 + ($0.23 * X)

For Sunrise:

Cost = $24.95 + ($0.19 * X)

Since we want to find the mileage at which the cost is the same for both Sunset and Sunrise, we can set up the equation:

21.95 + 0.23X = 24.95 + 0.19X

To solve for X, we need to isolate it on one side of the equation. Let's start by moving the terms with X to one side and the constants to the other side:

0.23X - 0.19X = 24.95 - 21.95

0.04X = 3

Now, divide both sides of the equation by 0.04 to solve for X:

X = 3 / 0.04

X = 75

Therefore, the cost will be the same for both Sunset and Sunrise when the mileage is 75 miles.