# Algebra

The table shows the amount of time spent at a park and the admission fee the park charges. Find the rate of charge in the fee with respect to time spent at the park and interpret its meaning.

x= time hours 4 5 6
y= admission fees \$34.99 \$34.99 \$34.99

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1. what? No ideas? The fee is constant.

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