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The cost of a telephone call is \$0.75 + \$0.25 times the number of minutes. Write an algebraic expression that models the cost of a telephone call that lasts t minutes.

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I also have the same question and i think the asnswer is \$0.75 + 0.25 * t ??? Is it correct? please help me understand this!

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It is correct.

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