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Jay, a freelance editor, charges the rates shown in the table below to edit manuscripts. The cost per page increases as the quality of editing improves. Jay also gives a 5% discount if the entire amount is paid up front. A 2-column table with 'Type of Editing' and 'Cost per page' as the column headings. Express Proofreading costs $3.00, Basic Proofreading - $3.95, Extended Proofreading - $5.00, and Deep Editing - $13.00 Ellen has a 40-page manuscript. The equation below shows the relationship between the total cost of editing 40 pages, T, and the cost per page, c, if she gets the 5% discount

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    40c - 0.05(40c) = T Using the equation, what is the best quality of editing that Ellen can get done for a maximum of $190?

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