algebra
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sally's print shop will print any image on a frisbee for a cost of $1.50 per frisbee and a onetime charge of $7. write an algebraic equation using c for cost and f for frisbees.

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cost=(one time charge) + (charge per frisbee) * (number of frisbees)
So:
c = $7.00 + f * $1.50
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