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Joe and Sam went to a canoe rental store. the sign read "canoe rentals: $10 canoe insurance fee plus $15 per hour". Joe and Sam wanted to know how much it would cost for them to rent the canoe for different numbers of hours, so they made a table and recorded the cost of 1-5 hours.

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    the rate and the beginning value

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    1 hour = 10 + 15
    2 hours = 10 + 30
    3 hours = 10 + 45

    etc.

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