Posted by **Mike** on Friday, December 4, 2009 at 9:01pm.

Translate Two dollars plus four cents times the number of minutes in part into a symbolic rule. Use c to represent the total monthly cost and n to represent the total number of long-distance minutes for the month, and then Determine the monthly cost if 250 minutes of long-distance calls are made, and then If you budget $50 per month for long distance calls, how many minutes can you call in the month?

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