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Which one of these auto expenses would be considered variable? A. Insurance premiums B. Vehicle registration renewal C. Gasoline D. Loan payments

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Which one of those do you think can change from month to month?
i think it is b becuase i know that it isnt a so i think b
Can you see one item there that is solely dependent on "you"?

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Car registration and renewal are set by the sate, usually on a yearly or every two year basis, so their monthly amount is fixed as a fraction of the renewal charge.
so it is 'c'
Yep, because it will depend on how much you drive every day.
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