A promotional deal for long distance phone service charges a $15 basic fee plus $0.05 per min for all calls. If Joe's phone bill was $75 under this promotional deal, how many mins of phone calls did he make? when i worked this out i got 1,800 mins bu ti don't know if that's right Can some one help me
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75 = 15 + .05x
60 = .05x
60/ .05 = x
so x = 1200 minutes
Thank you I don't know how I worked that wrong
yeah its the algebra...haha i was told by my professor that my algebra sucks
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well he is very wrong, your great at it
haha nah you should see the mistakes i made on my last exam
yeah but im sure it was just small mistakes
yeah they were really stupid because the entire thing made me miss a whole problem
that would sucks big time, i hate when that happens when you put a - instead of a + it makes me want to kick myself in the retriceevery time i do that
Some times you just get to involved in a test some times, and over look pellet that you should have seen
haha yeah no kidding. that stuff on that exam was tough though. they had like little tricks that were involved. one of them involved using euler's constant to find the limit of an infinite sum. so i just made things up that weren't correct
yeah those minor details kick my retriceevery time