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FeeMeeGaming
 one year ago
Jeff provides photos for two online sites: site A and site B.
Site A pays $0.65 for every photo Jeff provides.
The amount in dollars (y) site B pays as a function of the number of photos provided (x) is represented by the equation y = 0.60x.
How much more was Jeff paid at site A than at site B, if he provided five photos for each site?
FeeMeeGaming
 one year ago
Jeff provides photos for two online sites: site A and site B. Site A pays $0.65 for every photo Jeff provides. The amount in dollars (y) site B pays as a function of the number of photos provided (x) is represented by the equation y = 0.60x. How much more was Jeff paid at site A than at site B, if he provided five photos for each site?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Site A pays .65 for every photo or y=.65x While site be pays .6 or y=.6x Plug in 5 for x since it's the number of photos. You will get a number for site A and a number for site B. Then subtract the numbers and you will have your answer
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