# Algebra 2

Janine is considering two movie rental plans. Plan A can be modeled with the equation C=3m and Plan B can be modeled with the equation C=2m+5 where C represents the cost in dollars and M represents the number of movies rented each month. Which statement would justify selecting Plan B instead of selecting Plan A?
A. J rents exactly 3 movies each month.
B. J rents from 1 to 5 movies each month.
C. J rents 5 to 10 movies each month.
D. J rents exactly 5 movies each month.

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1. What did you get for this question? I can check your answer

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2. I'm thinking B or A

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3. There's a big difference between B and A.

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Ms. Sue
4. Hm, not quite!

Have you tried substituting?

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5. they are equal to 15 when m = 5
Plan A is more expensive if m>5
Plan B is more expensive for m <5
so you want m>/= 5, C

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6. Yes, but I don't quite get the question. Am I looking for the less amount of money that she'll waste or? I'm confused

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7. Oh okay! Thank you!

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8. You are looking at how many movies she needs to rent using Plan B that will have her spend less money than Plan A

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