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In the relation C = 60+15n, C represents the total cost of holding an event at a hall, and n represents the number of guests. The maximum number of guests allowed in the hall is 100. What are the minimum and maximum possible values for C? a $0, $1500 b $0, $1560 c $60, $1500 d $60, $1560 

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In the relation C = 60+15n, C represents the total cost of holding an event at a hall, and n represents the number of guests. The maximum number of guests allowed in the hall is 100. What are the minimum and maximum possible values for C? a $0, $1500 b $0, $1560 c $60, $1500 d $60, $1560 

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BettieZumbrunnen
BettieZumbrunnen

Minimum possible number of guests is zero. C = 60 + 15(0) = $60 Maximum possible number of guests is 100. C = 60 + 15(100) = $1,560 That looks like Choice (d).

Mar 26, 2000 01:38

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