# Math

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The cost C in dollars of producing n yearbooks is represented by the equation
C=1000+5n
How much would it cost to produce 75n yearbooks?

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if you meant 75 yearbooks, then

C = 1000+5(75) = 1375

If you meant 75n, then C = 1000+375n^2

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