algebra 1

The cost of a telephone call is 0.75 plus 0.25 times the number of minutes write an algebraic expression that models the cost of a telephone call that lasts t minute.

i got y=25

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  1. Your answer should have looked totally unreasonable to you.
    Do you mean each call costs $25 , no matter what??

    cost = .75 + .25t, where t is the number of minutes, and cost is in dollars.

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