# Algebra

A long-distance telephone call cost \$.20 for the first 10 minutes plus \$.10 for each additional minute.
How much should you expect to pay for a call that was 26,457 seconds?

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1. 20.00 + .10(26457/60)

usually they charge for each additional minute of part thereof, so you need to round 26457/60 up to the next minute

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posted by Steve

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