Posted by **Nikki** on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 4:49pm.

Chris has $100 in his savings account and he adds $20 a month to the account. The total amount can be represented by the linear function T = 20x + 100. His goal is to have a total of $300 in four more months. What should he change in the function to reach this goal?

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