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your cellular phone plan costs $11 per month plus $.12 per minute of phone usage.you want to pay no more then $20 per month.What are the most number of minutes (m) that you can allow for phone calls each month?

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    $20 - $11 = $9

    $9 / .12 = ?

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    75

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    If paid 30.00 for A phone card and every minute cost 21cent aminute how How many Minutes do u have

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