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A school district pays an installation fee and a monthly fee for internet service. The table shows the total cost of internet service for the school district over different number of months. Explain why the situation can be modeled by a linear equation. What is the installation fee. What is the monthly service fee? Months of service=2,4,6,8,10,12 Total cost dollars=9378,12806,16234,19662,23090,2651

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For every month of service (x-value) there is a corresponding total cost (y-value) slope can be determined by using rise/run
m=(Y2-Y1)/(X2-X1)
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I know how to get slope.
lol then what dont you get max
how to find installation fee and monthly service fee lol
Insanity.
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