Posted by **becca** on Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 5:35pm.

The cost, in millions, to remove x% of pollution in a pond is modeled by the equation:

C=6350/(425-3x)

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What is the cost to remove 75% of the pollution?

Hint: Plug in and calculate, do not convert to a decimal.

Can someone tell me how figure this out step by step recheck my answer PLEASEEEEEE!!!

cost = 6350/(425 - 3(.25)) =$ 14.967

it would cost about $15 million

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