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Writing Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form

Writing Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form 1.8 - Solution

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a
We are told that one dance class costs Therefore, for classes, Hailey will pay

There is also an administrative fee of which will be paid just once. Thus, to calculate the total cost of taking dance lessons, we should add this value to Now, we can write the rule that describes this situation.

b
Now, let's calculate the cost of lessons using our rule. We can then see if the cost is less than or not. This is done by substituting for
The total cost will be and since Hailey has exact to spend she can afford it.