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Chris141400

  • one year ago

Jennifer belongs to a gym that requires a monthly membership fee of $60 plus an additional $15 fee for each yoga class she attends. Which of the following slope-intercept form equations models the total amount that Jennifer pays monthly? A. y = –60x + 15 B. y = –15x + 60 C. y = 15x + 60 D. y = 60x + 15

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  1. ashley_f97
    • one year ago
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    Your answer is c. If you use the formula y=mx+b 60 will be your b due to the fact that it doesn't change, but because Jeniffer may need to pay 15 more than once. You will use 15 as your m. Since m is multiplied by x, x being the number of times she has gone to her class, Jeniffer can see how much she must pay monthly

  2. Chris141400
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    thank you

  3. ashley_f97
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    Anytime.

  4. AsianShooter7
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    thank you

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