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A baker is calculating the charge for two types of cookies. What formula tells the cost, in dollars, if chocolate chip cookies Are $1.00/dozen and lemon frosted are $2.00/dozen? Let c=number of dozens of lemon frosted; t= total charge a. T= 3.00(L+C) b. T= 1.00c + 2.00L c. T=2.00c + 1.00L d. T=100c + 200L

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    B) T = 1.00c + 2.00L This is because the c variable, which represents chocolate chip, is multiplied by 1.00 for every dozen sold. The L variable, which is the amount of lemon frosted sold, is multiplied by 2.00 for each dozen. Add the two together and you get T, the total.

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