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A cell phone company charges each customer a base rate of $15.00 per month for its services. The company also charges each customer $0.02 per minute used. Which algebraic expression represents each customer's monthly charge for m minutes?
A.15 (0.02m)
B.15 + 0.02m
C.15m + 0.02
D.0.02m - 12

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

    Please do not post any more questions unless you also post what YOU think is the answer!

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    okay. I think the answer is b?

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    Right! :-)

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    Felipe has saved $625. He is starting a part-time job that pays him $150 a week, and he plans to save all of the money he earns. Which algebraic expression represents Felipe's total savings after x weeks?

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    B definitely

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