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the math club is ordering printed T-shirts to sell for a fundraiser. the T-shirt company charges $80 for the set-up fee and $4 for each printed T-shirt.Using x for the number of shirts in the club orders, write and equation for the total costs of T-shirts.

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  1. anonymous
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    how much is one shirt

  2. anonymous
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    to doesn't say

  3. anonymous
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    it says 80 plus 4

  4. anonymous
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    wait $4 LOL

  5. anonymous
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    don't forget the 80

  6. anonymous
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    true

  7. anonymous
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    so x = 1 for one shirt how about 10

  8. anonymous
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    waiitt what

  9. anonymous
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    x represents the number of shirts

  10. anonymous
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    oohhhh wait then why did you say 10?

  11. anonymous
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    how much is 10 shirts

  12. anonymous
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    $120? idk..

  13. anonymous
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    so now you just need to write out how you got that with x being the amount of shirts

  14. anonymous
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    wait what D: I'm just not sure how to write the equation

  15. anonymous
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    well you know you pay 4 dollars per x shirts and you add 80 for setup

  16. anonymous
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    ohh so y=4x+80

  17. anonymous
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    right!

  18. anonymous
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    YAY thank you! (:

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