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Adrienne had a party at a local bowling alley. She spent seventyfive dollars for the lane and five dollars per person for shoes. Let c be the total cost of the lane and shoes, and let f be the number of friends at her party. Write an equation to represent the problem. Which is the dependent variable? Explain.
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