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Karen is applying for the nursing school at the University of Davis. Before applying, she received a breakdown of the tuition and fees from the university. Tuition: $757 per semester plus $200 per class Books: $82 per class Nursing School Fee: $19 per class Parking: $56 per semester Facilities Fee: $58 per semester The total cost of a semester for c classes is represented by the following expression. $301c + $871 Which statement best describes the coefficient of c?

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It is the total semester cost of c classes at the university. It is the sum of the tuition, parking, and facilities fee. It is the sum of the additional cost of tuition, books, and nursing school fee. It is the sum of the cost of books and the nursing school fee.
Hint: \(c\) is the number of classes you take, so the coefficient of \(c\) is actually just the fee that is based on "per class"

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