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A makeup artist charges $40 to travel to a wedding, plus $20 per hour for the makeup she is doing at the wedding. The bride receives a bill for $100. How many hours did the makeup artist work at the wedding? First write an equation that models the situation using function notation.(1 point)

3 hours

4 hours

1 hour

2 hours How much Sally made on Monday is represented by the function
f(x)=3+11x
where x is the number of hours she worked that day. How much did Sally make on Monday if she worked for 8 hours?(1 point)

$88

$85

$91

$80

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  1. 40+20x = 100
    solve for x

    3+11*8 = ___

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  2. 1) $100 - 40= $60 since they earned $100 Subtract that from $40
    $60/$20= 3

    2) 8*11+3= x
    8*11= 88
    88+3= 91

    Hope this helps

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