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Help?? Long distance calls cost $.05 per mi ute on your cell phone. The basic plan for your cell phone is $29.99 each month. The cost of regular phone service with unlimited long distance is $39.99. Define a variable and write inequality that will help you find long distance call min.

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You will save money using your cell phone if the following is true 29.99 + .05m < 39.99 this inequality says that the base monthly price for cell plus the .05 per minute is less than the regular phone plan you can solve this inequality for m to find the number minutes of calls you can make and still save money hope this helps
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