A husband and wife attend the local recreation center. The husband pays a flat rate of $125 for one year, shown as f(x). The wife pays $6 per visit, shown as g(x). Which function shows the correct combination of these two functions to represent the total cost to them of attending the recreation center in one year, shown as h(x)?
f(x) = 125x, g(x) = 6, h(x) = 125x + 6
f(x) = 125, g(x) = 6, h(x) = 6 + 125
f(x) = 125x, g(x) = 6x, h(x) = 125x + 6x
f(x) = 125, g(x) = 6x, h(x) = 6x + 125

- Thats_Kyy

- Stacey Warren - Expert brainly.com

Hey! We 've verified this expert answer for you, click below to unlock the details :)

- chestercat

I got my questions answered at brainly.com in under 10 minutes. Go to brainly.com now for free help!

- Thats_Kyy

@triciaal

- Thats_Kyy

@Nnesha

- Thats_Kyy

@Loser66 @texaschic101

Looking for something else?

Not the answer you are looking for? Search for more explanations.

## More answers

- Nnesha

cost is represent by y variable
and there is a key word `per` the number with per word represent slope
and the slope would be with x variable (y=mx+b) lol

- Thats_Kyy

Oh

- Thats_Kyy

okay now i feel stupid -_-

- Nnesha

hmm why didn't understand that ? it's okay

- Thats_Kyy

idk because all i see is numbers and letters and its confusing -_-

- Nnesha

well f(x) = cost which is what ? `The husband pays a flat rate of $125 for one year, shown as f(x). `

- Thats_Kyy

so f= the flat rate

- Nnesha

rate is what ?? in numbers

- Thats_Kyy

125$

- Thats_Kyy

@texaschic101

- Thats_Kyy

@Nnesha

- Nnesha

right so f(x) =125 which is same as y=125
like i said y represent cost

- Nnesha

now next one

- Nnesha

`The wife pays $6 per visit, shown as g(x).` remember what i told you about `per` word
write the equation g(x) = ?

- Thats_Kyy

g(x) = 6 and per means multiply

- Nnesha

yes right so use the x variable

- Thats_Kyy

x= 2

- Nnesha

we don't know how many visits

- Nnesha

so we don't know what x is just write the variable

- Thats_Kyy

ok

- Nnesha

so g(x) = ??

- Thats_Kyy

6?

- Nnesha

u said per means multiply
so $6 per visits (we don't know how many visit so use x variable for number of visit )
then how would you write `$6 per x`

- Thats_Kyy

6(x)

- Nnesha

right same as 6x

- Thats_Kyy

yep

- Nnesha

now add both functions to find h(x)
\[\huge\rm h(x)=f(x)+g(x) \]

- Thats_Kyy

125x

- Thats_Kyy

i think i got it B?

- Nnesha

what we got for f(x) and for g(x)
f(x) = ??
g(x) = ?

- Thats_Kyy

6xand 125

- Nnesha

right so replace f(X) with 125 and g(x) with 6x
\[\huge\rm h(x)=f(x)+g(x) \]

- Thats_Kyy

ok hold on

- Thats_Kyy

OOOOO I got it I got Nesha!!

- Nnesha

*nnesha
so which one is correct ?? :=)

- Thats_Kyy

im stuck in between D and C but i think D

- Nnesha

why do you think its C
??
you know f(x) = 125 and g(x) = 6x

- Thats_Kyy

Because of the x's but i guess not

- Nnesha

|dw:1443823767415:dw|

- Thats_Kyy

oh so D

- Nnesha

yes right

- Thats_Kyy

oooo thank you

- Nnesha

|dw:1443823916227:dw|

- Nnesha

np

Looking for something else?

Not the answer you are looking for? Search for more explanations.