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a store sells one model of bicycle for 150.what is the variable expression for the amount of money the store will receive if it sells b of theses bicycles.??

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    If it sells one bicycle, then the store receives 150* 1=150 dollars. If it sells two, then the store receives 150*2=300 dollars. In general, if the store sells b bikes, then it receives 150*b dollars.

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