algebra

did I solve the problem correctly?
c=$200+$50h
c=$300+$25h
is the answer
c=$250
c=$325
Do all I have to do to this equation is to add them to get the total cost of labor with h=labor per hour and c=cost
or do I have to solve it in a different way. I'm sorry for all the questions I know that you are busy and I do appreciat all your help

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  1. It works, if h = 1.

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