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    Calls on Gary's phone cost an initial 6 cents, then 8 cents per minute. The table below shows the cost of calls that last 0, 5, 10, 15, and 20 minutes. Represent the linear relationship between the number of minutes Gary talks, x and the total cost of a call, y, in two more ways: as an equation and as a sentence.

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    Anyone know?

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    one sec

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    Okey

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    Btw this a quiz so please help

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    itstarts at 0,6 so it will at the beggining look like this y=6+( )^x

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    or y=6+(8)x

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    its y=6+8x

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    ok but I need ti in explantion because its a quiz

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    bc it starts at the y intercept at 0,6 so it has to be +6. Then if u subtract sixfrom the cost you will find that it equals 8*x for example (5,46) 46-6=40 8*5=40 so the equation has to be y=6+(8)x

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    Don"t forget to medal and fan if you already haven't. Plus mention me for more help @AnasAlazzawi

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    Ok thanks

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    How do I medal cuz I fanned

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    what do u mean i think u already medalled me

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    oH OK see ya

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    ok

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    @DaBest21 I have one more for my quiz want to help?

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    Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table?

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