Algebra

Leslie decides to join the gym. She must pay a monthly fee plus a one-time fee to open a membership. This situation can be modeled by the expression 55x + 80. Explain how each number and letter in the expression relates to the problem.

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2. 55 = monthly fee
x = number of months
80 = one-time fee

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Ms. Sue
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4. You are very welcome, Isabelle.

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Ms. Sue
5. Ms sue is this correct or is this a fake Ms.sue some people still you name and lie...

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6. It's correct.

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7. Why did you take 8 and a half months to respond boiiii.

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8. Thanks Ms. Sue im Sure You have Many People Who love you! You'd be a great teacher! This is A big Thanks to ALL the Tutors who help!

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9. The person above me doesn't know she's a certified teacher that's why she gets a special icon.

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10. Man now I'm gonna look like I'm cheating I only looked it up to figure out what x was but you have the answer phrased in the same way and even in the same order as me:(

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11. whatâ€™s the whole thing the unit test

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12. I will be right back. The answers might have changed so i will put question and answer. I just gotta turn it in.

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13. nvm it is 24 questions.... sorry i have a life

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