Posted by **stumped** on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 at 11:50pm.

The cost for a long-distance telephone call is $0.36 for the first minute and $0.21 for each additional minute or portion thereof. Write an inequality representing the number of minutes a person could talk without exceeding $3.

Well, Cost= .36 + (minutes-1)(.21)

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