# algebra

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the cost, in millions of dollars to remove x% of pollution from a smokestack is expressed as:
c=2300/135-1.35x
what is the cost to remove 70% and also 99%

• algebra -

Is it?

c = (2300/135)-1.35x

or

c = 2300/(135-1.35x)

• algebra -

c = 2300/(135-1.35x)

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