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A stockbroker earns a commission by a flat fee for each transaction as well as a fee per share. On a particular transaction, the stockbroker sold 5,000 shares to a client at a rate of $0.01 per share. The cost of the transaction totaled $57.50. Which of the following equations describes the cost of this transaction in terms of shares sold? A. y = 0.01x B. y = 0.01x + 7.5 C. y = 0.01x + 4,999.425 D. y = 0.01x + 5,000

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    b

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    thanks :)

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    here for u

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    thanks <3

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    (:

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    sooo

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