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Help please Tracy has a cell phone plan that provides 250 free minutes each month for a flat rate of $29. For any minutes over 250, Tracy is charged $0.35 per minute. Which of the following piecewise functions represents charges

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  1. Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry

    Help please Tracy has a cell phone plan that provides 250 free minutes each month for a flat rate of $29. For any minutes over 250, Tracy is charged $0.35 per minute. Which of the following piecewise functions represents charges based on Tracy's cell phone
  2. Algebra ASAP

    I a working wth a cell phone performance task project. I have to determine which three cell phones are the best for a first time user and develop an equation for each of them. Wal-Mart has a plan for $30.00 a month with .29 per minute. It includes a $70.00
  3. Algebra Please!

    Posted by Thomas M on Monday, March 9, 2015 at 4:12am. I am working wth a cell phone performance task project. I have to determine which three cell phones are the best for a first time user and develop an equation for each of them. Wal-Mart has a plan for
  4. Math

    Find the cell phone plan that has the best dollar per minute rate. A) 240 minutes for $50 a month B) 140 minutes for $70 a month C) 200 minutes for $45 a month D) 800 minutes for $250 a month
  5. Geometry

    Horizon has a cell phone plan for $28.00 per month plus $.30 per minute with unlimited anytime network minutes and a free flip phone for new customers. How do I put this in an equation. Sprint has a plan for $30.00 per month plus $.029 per minute unlimited
  6. math

    Verizon has a cell phone plan for $28.00 per month plus $.30 per minute with unlimited anytime network minutes and a free flip phone for new customers. How do I put this in an equation. Sprint has a plan for $30.00 per month plus $.029 per minute unlimited
  7. Math ASAP

    Verizon has a cell phone plan for $28.00 per month plus $.30 per minute with unlimited anytime network minutes and a free flip phone for new customers. How do I put this in an equation. Sprint has a plan for $30.00 per month plus $.029 per minute unlimited
  8. Math

    The table shows two cell phone plans that offer free minutes for each given number of paid minutes used. Pablo has Plan A and Sam has Plan B Plan A Free Minutes=2 Paid Minutes=10 Plan B Free Minutes=8 Paid Minutes=25 a. What is Pablo's ratio of free to
  9. Math

    I have the same problem as Marita. Can someone tell us what equation to use. Horizon has a cell phone plan for $28.00 per month plus $.30 per minute with unlimited anytime network minutes and a free flip phone for new customers. How do I put this in an
  10. Algebra I

    You have decided to try and convince your parents to let you get your own cell phone. After finding out that the flat monthly rate for unlimited minutes $35.00, which you can afford, you offer to pay the cost yourself. However, just before you place your
  11. math

    73. Cell Phone Plan A cell phone plan costs $3.95 per month plus $0.07 per minute. (Assume that a partial minute is not rounded up.) (a) During July, a person talks a total of 50 minutes. What is the charge? (b) Write an equation in slope–intercept form
  12. Algebra

    How do you a write an equation that shows this relationship a cell phone company offers a plan which includes unlimited texting for $40 per month and 250 anytime minutes per month, plus $0.20 for each minute over 250.
  13. Algebra

    This is for a project for Beginning Algebra at Great Bridge Middle School 8th grade class. Here's the questions: The number of companies offering cell phone service has grown rapidly in recent years. The plans they offer vary greatly and it can be
  14. Gr10 Math

    Charlene is looking into cell phone plans. Cell plus gives unlimited minutes for $50/month.A1 Cell offers a $40 monthly fee, plus 5¢/min for any time over 300min oer month. a)Define two variables and write a linear equation to represent the charges for
  15. Math

    By your cell phone contract, you pay a monthly fee plus $0.03 for each minute you spend on the phone. In one month, you spent 240 minutes over the phone, and had a bill totaling $26.20. Let x be the number of minutes you spend on the phone in a month, and
  16. math

    By your cell phone contract, you pay a monthly fee plus some money for each minute you use the phone during the month. In one month, you spent 200 minutes on the phone, and paid $22.45. In another month, you spent 350 minutes on the phone, and paid $29.65.
  17. Pre-calculus

    Your company offers three cell phone plans. The details are below: Plan A allows 450 minutes for $39.99 with .25/minute for each minute over 450. Plan B allows 900 minutes for $59.99 with .30/minute for each minute over 900. Plan C allows 1500 minutes for
  18. mathematics

    Tim is choosing between two cell phone plans that offer the same amount of free minutes. AT&T’s plan charges $39.99 per month with additional minutes costing $0.45 per minute. Verizon’s plan costs $44.99 with additional minutes at $0.40 per minute. How
  19. algebra2

    10 points) Score 2. Allegra has a cell-phone plan that charges $65 per month and $0.10 for every minute that she uses the phone beyond what her plan allows. One month, she was billed $73.40. a. Define a variable for the unknown. b. Write an equation to
  20. math

    Marissa has budgeted $65 for her monthly cell phone expense. If her plan with her wireless provider is $15 plus $0.25 for each minute, how many minutes can she talk on her cell phone in a month and not exceed her budget?
  21. algebra

    Marissa has budgeted $65 for her monthly cell phone expense. If her plan with her wireless provider is $15 plus $0.25 for each minute, how many minutes can she talk on her cell phone in a month and not exceed her budget?
  22. pre-algebra

    Marissa has budgeted $65 for her monthly cell phone expense. If her plan with her wireless provider is $15 plus $0.25 for each minute, how many minutes can she talk on her cell phone in a month and not exceed her budget?
  23. math

    Marissa has budgeted $65 for her mothly cell phone expense. If her plan with her wireless provider is $15 plus $0.25 for each minute, how many minutes can she talk on her cell phone in a month and not exceed her budget?
  24. pre-albegra word problem

    I need to write a verbal rule to determine the total monthly cost of my cell phone, assuming I go over the 200 minutes. basic cell phone rate plan cost $29.99 a month plus 45 cents per minute for every minute over 200 minutes during the month.
  25. maths

    a cell phone plan has a basic charge rs35 per month . the plan includes 400 free minutes and charge 10paise for each additional minute of usage. write the monthaly cost c as a function of number x of min used .
  26. Statistics

    Professor does not teach from a book so am not sure how to apply this problem to the regression equation. Thanks in advance. Problem below. Cell Phone Mins= 3.5*cost + 25 where cell phone mins measure the number of minutes per month and cost is the dollar
  27. Statistics

    I have a take home test I am working on. Any help would be appreciated. Professor does not teach from a book so am not sure how to apply this problem to the regression equation. Thanks in advance. Problem below. Cell Phone Mins= 3.5*cost + 25 where cell
  28. Algebra Problem Solving

    Denise's cell phone plan is $29.95 per month plus $.10 per minute for each minute over 300 minutes of call time. Denise's cell phone bill is $99.95. For how many minutes was she billed? Answer is 700 but what is the algebraic equation?
  29. algebra

    I need to write an equation for the following: Denise's cell phone plan is $29.95 per month plus $.10 per minute for each minute over 300 minutes of call time. Denise's cell phone bill is $99.95. For how many minutes was she billed?
  30. Math

    One cell phone plan costs $15 per month plus $0.10 per minute used. A second cell phone plan costs $50 per month for unlimited use. Write and solve an inequality to find when the second plan is cheaper than the first.
  31. Algebra

    Jane's cell phone plan is $40 per month plus $.15 per minute for each minute over 200 minutes of call time. If Jane's cell phone bill is $58.00, for how many extracalling minutes was she billed.
  32. pre algebra

    Use the five steps for problem solving to answer the following question. Please show all of your work. Marissa has budgeted $65 for her monthly cell phone expense. If her plan with her wireless provider is $15 plus $0.25 for each minute, how many minutes
  33. Algebra

    Use the five steps for problem solving to answer the following question. Please show all of your work. Marissa has budgeted $65 for her monthly cell phone expense. If her plan with her wireless provider is $15 plus $0.25 for each minute, how many minutes
  34. Help Plz.. Algebra II

    Allegra has a cell-phone plan that charges $65 per month and $0.10 for every minute that she uses the phone beyond what her plan allows. One month, she was billed $73.40. a. Define a variable for the unknown. b. Write an equation to model the problem.
  35. Math

    Allegra has a cell-phone plan that charges $65 per month and $0.10 for every minute that she uses the phone beyond what her plan allows. One month, she was billed $73.40. a. Define a variable for the unknown. b. Write an equation to model the problem.
  36. Math

    A cell phone plan cost $30 per month for unlimited calling plus $.15 per message. A. Write a linear model that represents the monthly cost of the cell phone plan if the user sends t text messages. B. if you send 200 text messages, how much would you pay
  37. math

    $24.99 per month for cell phone company package offer. includes 200 minutes of statewide calling. Minutes over 200 are charged a rate of $0.28 per minute. The total charge for using a cell phone for 288 minutes in one month?
  38. Math

    A cell phone compnay offers its customers a monthly plan that cost $55 per month plus $0.08 for each minute used. If Marissa use 225 minutes in a month, how much will she pay for one month?
  39. Math

    The expression 29.99 + 0.05(x - 100) represents the cost of Ian's cell phone plan for a month when he talks x minutes. the expression 39.99 + 0.03(x - 200) represents the cost of Tom's cell phone plan for. a month when tom talks x minutes. How many minutes
  40. Algebra

    A cell phone plan has the following charges: Basic service, including 100 minutes of calls :$20 per month 2nd 100 minutes of calls: $0.075 per minute Any additional minutes: $0.10 per minute What is the charge for 200 minutes of calls? What is the charge
  41. Algebra

    Your cell phone plan costs 55 dollars a month, plus 35 cents per minute. Write an equation to represent the monthly bill of the cell phone plan.
  42. Algebra 1

    Write and solve a system of equations for the following: Ericka is choosing between two cell phone plans that offer the same amount of minutes. VeriFone has a plan that charges $39.99 per month with additional minutes costing $0.45 per minute. AT&Q has a
  43. math

    your cellular phone plan costs $11 per month plus $.12 per minute of phone usage.you want to pay no more then $20 per month.What are the most number of minutes (m) that you can allow for phone calls each month?
  44. algebra

    Your new cell phone plan charges $50 per month for 400 minutes of talk time. The plan charges $0.10 for each additional minute you talk. You use 50 additional minutes this month. What is your bill for the month?
  45. Math

    Suppose your cell phone company offers two plans. The pay-per-call plan charges 14 dollars per month plus 6 cents per minute. The unlimited-calling plan charges a flat rate of 22 dollars per month. How many minutes per month must you use for the
  46. algebra

    Evaluate whether a prepaid or monthly cell phone plan is most effective for a customer that uses x weekday minutes per month. I can make up my own numbers for each plan. Having problems making up the equations.
  47. Maths

    A mobile company offers two plans. The plan A costs Rs.300 and offers 1100 free minutes per month with a charge of 15 paise per minute for every additional minute. Plan B costs Rs. 400 and offers 1300 free minutes per month with a charge of 10 paise per
  48. Math

    Jim pays $75 per month for a cell phone plan plus $0.30 per minute be on the first thousand minutes write an equation for the cause (y) based on the number of minutes(x)after the first 1000 I have become very confused.
  49. Reading

    Cellular Plan 1 550 minutes for $89/month Includes unlimited long distance, nights & weekends, & 500 text messages. Cellular Plan 2 600 minutes for $90/month Includes unlimited nights & weekends, & unlimited text messaging. Cellular Plan 3 900 minutes for
  50. management science

    Kim Davis has decided to purchase a cellular phone, but she is unsure about which rate plan to select. The "regular" plan charges a fixed fee of $55 per month for 1,000 minutes of airtime plus $0.33 per minute for any time over 1,000 minutes. The
  51. Algebra

    the phone company has two plans for cell phones. the first plan calls for a monthly fee of 35.00 with unlimited calling. The other plan is a monthly fee of 15.00, with a 0.50 fee for every minute over 100 used in a month. What is the greatest number of
  52. Algebra

    Veronica's cell phone plan costs $35 dollars per month plus $0.05 per minute used. Veronica's bill last month was $40.75. How many minutes did she use? 40.75 divided by .05 ?
  53. Math

    Dail-In Communications offers a phone plan that includes a monthly fee and a per minute rate for long distance. Last month, Jevine made 475 minutes of long distance called and her phone bill was $48.70. The month before that, she made 518 minutes of long
  54. math

    its about phones like att has a monthly fee of $39.99/mo and 450 anytime minutes which are included in the plan and any additional minutes are $0.45/min Sprint-has a monthly fee $34.99/mo and 450 anytime minutes which are included in the plan and any
  55. Algebra

    You are a representative for a cell phone company and it is your job to promote different cell phone plans. Your boss asks you to visually display two plans and compare them so you can point out the advantages of each plan to your customers. -Plan A costs
  56. math

    Gloria talked on her cell phone for 320 minutes the first month, 243 minutes the second month, and 489 minutes the third month. Her payment package does not allow her to pay per minute; she can only buy groups of minutes. If she has to pay $25 for every
  57. xsxsds

    The cellular phone plan you signed up for gives you 400 minutes a month for $35 and charges $.15 for each additional minute over 400 minutes. How long can you talk on the phone each month and stay within a budget of $45?
  58. Math

    You have a wireless phone plan that costs $25 per month. You must also pay $.10 per minute for each minute over 500 min. you phone bill was more than $30 last month. Write an inequality to represent the number of minutes m you spent on the phone last
  59. Math

    Verizon has two different cell phone plans. The cost, Y, of plan A is $11 a month Plus $.21 per minute. The cost, Y, of Plan B is $20 a month plus $.10 per minute. After how much time to the nearest minute will the cost of plan a B equal to the cost of
  60. algebra

    Amy has set aside $150 a month for her cell phone bill. Thecost for a monthly cell phone plan is a $65 access fee plus $20 per gigabyte of data used. Which expression represents the amount of money Amy has left from her monthly budget after she pays her
  61. math

    Gloria talked on her cell phone for 320 minutes the first month, 243 minutes the second month and 489 minutes the third month.Her payment package does not allow her to pay per minute;she can only buy packages.If she has to pay $25 for every 200 minutes,how
  62. Mathematics

    Sarah becomes close friends with five other soccer players at soccer camp. Upon returning home, Sarah speaks to each new friend for five minutes three times a week. Sarah's parents need to decide on a phone plan. Below are two phone plans that the parents
  63. geometry

    a phone company charges a flat monthly fee of $15 for cell phone services, plus an additional fee for every minute you talk. in a given month, you are charged $36 for the 24 minutes you talked( not including the $15 flat fee.) let the total cost be c(in $)
  64. Math

    Hi can someone help me with this question. This is on my review. Thanks! The monthly cost C, in dollars, for international calls on a certain cellular phone plan is modeled by the function where x is the number of minutes used. (a) What is the cost if you
  65. math

    cellular phone companies. 1. with this plan each person is charged $19.95 per month and $0.31 per minute 2. with this plan each person is charged $40.95 per month and $0.16 per min 3. with this plan each person is charged $80.95 per month with unlimited
  66. precal

    suppose that a cell phone plan charges $15.00 for the first 60 minutes or less used in a month and $0.50 for each additional minute or portion of a minute. Write a piecewise function that shows the charges for time t where t ranges from 0 to 63 minutes
  67. Stats

    On the fourth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me….four calling birds. They weren’t calling birds until they each got a cell phone. Each of the birds randomly selected their phone service independently and got together for lunch (seeds, of course
  68. math

    Raj is deciding between two cell phone plans, A and B, which are both linear functions. The monthly charge for plan A according to the number of minutes used is shown in the table. Monthly Charge for Plan A Minutes used, x Monthly charge ($), y 0 14.45 3
  69. math

    MaineCellular offers a phone plan that costs $12 per month plus 10 cents per minute. Portland Wireless offers a plan that costs $20 per month plus 5 cents per minute. How many minutes could you use in a month so that it would cost less to use the
  70. Math

    I'm not sure how i'm supposed to set up the equation to solve this. A phone company offers a plan for long distance service charges of .08 per minute. Another phone company offers a plan for $6 per month plus .02 per minute. For what number of minutes per
  71. math

    charlie used his cell phone for a total of 1216 minutes in one month. if he talked the same number of minutes each day, what is the best estimate for his daliy minute usage? A. 4,000 minutes B. 400 minutes C. 40 minutes D. 4 minutes PLEASE HELP ME IF I
  72. ALGEBRA HELP OR I AM GONNA FAIL I CANT DO THIS

    compare two cell phone companies offers to see which is the better deal. Horizon Cell Phone Company Vertigo Cell Phone Company Base rate=$40 Plus every minute costs $0.05 vertigo company Base rate=$30 Plus every minute costs $0.07 Step 1: Write a linear
  73. Math 71x

    One cell phone plan allows 200 text messages per month for $20 after which text messages cost $0.04 each. Another cell plan allows 400 text essages per month for $30 each. What would be the minimum text messages that would justify the more expensive plan
  74. Algebra

    Another question: A cell phone company charges $60 for a cell phone and $40 per month under its economy plan. Formulate and graph a model that can be used to determine the total cost, C(t), of operating a cell phone for t months. Find the total cost for 5
  75. Math

    At & T has a cell phone plan of $25.00 a month plus 30 cents per minute. There is a one year contract wit a new phone for $19.99 Can someone put this into a equation for me.
  76. Math

    Troy signed up for a new cell phone plan which charges him a fee of $40 per month, plus $0.05 for each text message (t) that he sends. If Troy wants to spend at most $70 on his cell phone bill this month, which inequality below can be used to determine the
  77. Math

    In the Math Virtually Everywhere project you completed for this module, you learned all about cell phone plans. The best cell phone plan for a customer can vary based on how much they plan to talk. The plan that is the best deal for one customer may not be
  78. Math

    This question has two parts. Danielle's phone plan charges her $30 per month for the first 200 minutes and then $0.10 per minute for each subsequent minute. 1. Which of the following functions takes an input of any whole number value of x is greater than
  79. algebra

    HELP ASAP ANSWER A phone company offers two monthly charge plans. In Plan A, there is no monthly fee, but the customer pays 9 cents per minute of use. In Plan B, the customer pays a monthly fee of $3.60 and then an additional 7 cents per minute of use. For
  80. Mathis

    Cindy cellular phone service has a monthly charge of $32.99 but adds a service charge of $0.79 per minute for calls made out of her local service area. Cindy has budget herself $45 per month for using her cell phone. What is the maximum number of minutes
  81. Algebra

    A phone company offers two monthly charge plans. In Plan A, the customer pays a monthly fee of $13 and then an additional 6 cents per minute of use. In Plan B, there is no monthly fee, but the customer pays 8 cents per minute of use. For what amounts of
  82. math

    A cell phone company charges by the minute (and partial minute) for a phone call. Arionna’s plan includes 300 minutes in the $20 base cost. If she uses more than 300 minutes, there is a $5 overage fee and an additional charge of $0.25 per minute. Which
  83. math

    suppose that the Aztec cell phone company charges $50 per month plus 15 cents per minute while the southern cell phone company charges no monthly fee but 25 cents per minute after how many minutes of phone usage would a monthly phone bill be the same from
  84. math 101

    Write and answer the hidden question. Then solve. 1. Gloria talked on her cell phone for 320 minutes the first month, 243 minutes the second month, and 489 minutes the third month. Her payment package does not allow her to pay per minute; she can only buy
  85. Algebra 1

    The monthly cost C for a cell phone is $20 each month plus $.10 for each minutes used. Which equation can be used to find the total cost (in dollars) for a month when m minutes are used? A. C= m+20 B. C= 0.1m+20 C. C= 10m+20 D. C=20m
  86. Math

    I'm horrible at word problems but Create a chart that has the following information for each of the three selected carriers: cost per month, base number of minutes, additional cost per minute (overage) Using the information from the chart you created,
  87. Math

    A cell phone company offers two different plans. Plan A: Monthly fee of $28 30 free minutes $0.45 per additional minute Plan B: Monthly fee of $40 No free mins $0.25 per additional minute Determine the time in the mins that results in the same monthly cost
  88. ALGEBRA

    A telephone company has a choice of two plans. Plan A - $30 per month and $.05 per phone call and Plan B - $20 per month and $.10 per phone call. Which is the best plan for you? I need to form two equations with the above, please help
  89. English

    1. The cell phone vibrates when somebody calls me. 2. The cell phone vibrates when someone calls me at the phone. 3. The cell phone vibrates when a text message comes/arrives. 4. The cell phone vibrates when a text message is sent to the phone. 5. The cell
  90. math

    One phone plan charges a $20 monthly fee and $0.08 per minute on every phone call made. Another phone plan charges a $12 monthly fee and $0.12 per minute on each call. After how many minutes is the charge the same for both plans? A.60 minutes B.90 minutes
  91. Advanced Algebra

    Manuel pays a flat rate of $105 for his cell phone. He is also charged $0.12 for every text that he sends. His cell phone bill can be no more than the amount he has budgeted for it each month. If x represents the number of texts and y represents his
  92. Math

    A cell phone company charges a monthly fee of $17.95 and $0.03 per minute Write an equation that represents the cost (c) for using the cell phone for minutes (m) Use your equation from part a to find the cost for using the phone for 150 minutes
  93. Math

    Which of the following is the best alternative plan to purchasing cell phone insurance? Group of answer choices Buy 2 of the same phone so that you have a backup phone in case the original breaks or needs replacement. Trust that your auto insurance will
  94. Algerbra

    George pays a flat amount for the first 200 minutes plus so much for each additional minute on his cellular phone each month. Last month it cost him $33.78 for 244 minutes of use. The previous month it cost $38.94 for 287 minutes of use. What are the flat
  95. Math

    How would you solve this word problem in one variable inequality form? One cell phone company offers a plan that costs $29.99 and includes unlimited night and weekend minutes. Another company offers a plan that costs $19.99 and charges 35 cents per minute
  96. Mathematics

    Aldo can choose Plan A or Plan B for his long distance charges. For each plan, cost (in dollars) depends on minutes used (per month) as shown below. (I'll try to see if I can post the graph.) 1. If Aldo makes 60 minutes of long distance calls for the
  97. math

    I am supposed to come up with a real life problem and then write a function to represent that real life scenario, but I am not confident in my answer. Could you look it over and tell me if I did it correctly? The basic cell phone plan costs 19.99 a month
  98. math

    sally's cell phone company charges a flat rate of $15.00 per month and $0.12 per minute. eduardo's cell phone company charges a flat rate of $18.00 per month and $0.09 per minute. how many minutes would you have to use for the price to be the same for both
  99. math

    A cell phone company charges a $12.95 monthly service fee and $0.03 per minutes for all local calls. Find an equation that represents the monthly cell phone bill y in terms of the number of minutes used x.
  100. math

    One cell phone plan costs $29.94 per month plus $.10 for MB of data. Another plan costs $32.99 per month plus $.05 for each MB of data. For how many MBs of data will the monthly bill for be the same for both plans?

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