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anonymous
 one year ago
The ice skating rink charges an hourly fee for skating and $3 to rent skates for the day. Gillian rented skates and skated for 3 hours and was charged $21. Which equation represents the cost, c(x), of ice skating as a function of x, the number of hours of skating?
anonymous
 one year ago
The ice skating rink charges an hourly fee for skating and $3 to rent skates for the day. Gillian rented skates and skated for 3 hours and was charged $21. Which equation represents the cost, c(x), of ice skating as a function of x, the number of hours of skating?

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