Posted by **Cherie** on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 11:03am.

The cost of Admission to a fair is $10, plus $3 per ride. An equation for this relation is C=10+3r, where r represents the number of rides a person goes on, and C represents the total cost of admission and rides.

Make a table of values for the relation .

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