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kdarnell08

  • one year ago

You need to choose between two telephone plans for local calls. Plan A charges $25 per month for unlimited calls. Plan B has a monthly fee of $13 with a charge of $0.06 per local call. How many local telephone calls in a month make Plan A the better deal?

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  1. SGREBORN
    • one year ago
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    $25<$13*$0.06/Call locally to be better deal for Plan A

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    $25>$13*$0.06/Call locally, to be better deal for Plan B

  3. Butterfly16
    • one year ago
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    If you set up an equation like this you can find the total number of calls you can make equal to Plan A: 25=13+0.06x 12=0.06x 200=x So, you can make 200 calls for $25, which is equal to Plan A. So, if you make more than 200 calls a month, it makes Plan A a better deal. :o)

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