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A internet movie rental company has two different options for renting movies. Option A: pay a one-time $40 membership fee and then pay $1 for each movie rental.
Option B: Do not become a member and pay $6 for each movie rental.

1. Write an expression to represent the Total cost for Option A
2. Write an expression to represent the Total cost for Option B
3. Set the two equations equal to each other and solve for x

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  1. 1. $40 + $1x

    2. $6x

    3. You do this.

    posted by PsyDAG

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