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posted by Felicia J .
The equation y= 12x + 5 shows the total cost for ordering tickets on the phone for a certain outdoor concert.
Tickets are $12 each, and there is a onetime service
fee of $5. Can the slope of this line be thought of as
a rate? Can someone "Explain" this problem to me thks!
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