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The cost of a telephone call is \$0.75 + \$0.25 times the number of minutes. Write an Algebraic expression that models the cost of a telephone call that lasts minutes.

AdrienAcosta  Oct 25, 2017

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The cost of a telephone call is \$0.75 + \$0.25 times the number of minutes.

The cost of a telephone call   =   \$0.75  +  \$0.25  *  the number of minutes.

The number of minutes  =  t , so...

The cost of a telephone call  =  \$0.75 + \$0.25t

Or we can say

The cost of a telephone call, in dollars  =  0.75 + 0.25t

hectictar  Oct 25, 2017
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The cost of a telephone call is \$0.75 + \$0.25 times the number of minutes.

The cost of a telephone call   =   \$0.75  +  \$0.25  *  the number of minutes.

The number of minutes  =  t , so...

The cost of a telephone call  =  \$0.75 + \$0.25t

Or we can say

The cost of a telephone call, in dollars  =  0.75 + 0.25t

hectictar  Oct 25, 2017
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THANK YOU!!!

AdrienAcosta  Oct 25, 2017

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