5909 Worded Linear Equations

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5909 Worded Linear Equations

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  • 1. 
    Peter is looking for a new phone plan with TelCo Plus. The monthly charge is $25, plus 60 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 2. 
    James is looking for a new phone plan with ComTel. The monthly charge is $28, plus 55 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 3. 
    Martin is looking for a new phone plan with TeleCo. The monthly charge is $30, plus 50 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 4. 
    Kris is looking for a new phone plan with NorthComm. The monthly charge is $32, plus 45 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 5. 
    Carey is looking for a new phone plan with SouthComm. The monthly charge is $34, plus 40 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 6. 
    Brian is looking for a new phone plan with OzComm. The monthly charge is $36, plus 35 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 7. 
    Andrew is looking for a new phone plan with ComDel. The monthly charge is $38, plus 30 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 8. 
    Joel is looking for a new phone plan with DeltaCom. The monthly charge is $40, plus 25 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 9. 
    Max is looking for a new phone plan with OmegaCom. The monthly charge is $42, plus 20 cents per call. Write the equation for the line in General Form using C for the cost and n for the number of calls.
  • 10. 
    Andrew has been offered a job as a car saleman. His base wage is $400 per week, plus $200 for each car sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of cars sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 11. 
    Bert has been offered a job as a magazine saleman. His base wage is $420 per week, plus $10 for each magazine sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of magazines sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 12. 
    David has been offered a job as a business advertising saleman. His base wage is $440 per week, plus $100 for each business advertising sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of business advertisings sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 13. 
    Eli has been offered a job as a computer saleman. His base wage is $450 per week, plus $100 for each computer sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of computers sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 14. 
    Frank has been offered a job as a photocopier saleman. His base wage is $480 per week, plus $200 for each photocopier sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of photocopiers sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 15. 
    Gary has been offered a job as a vacuum cleaner saleman. His base wage is $500 per week, plus $60 for each vacuum cleaner sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of vacuum cleaners sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 16. 
    Harold has been offered a job as a furniture saleman. His base wage is $510 per week, plus $80 for each furniture sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of furnitures sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 17. 
    Ian has been offered a job as a white goods saleman. His base wage is $520 per week, plus $50 for each white goods sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of white goodss sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 18. 
    Jack has been offered a job as a camera saleman. His base wage is $530 per week, plus $55 for each camera sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of cameras sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 19. 
    Keith has been offered a job as a holiday saleman. His base wage is $540 per week, plus $90 for each holiday sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of holidays sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 20. 
    Lionel has been offered a job as a car saleman. His base wage is $550 per week, plus $60 for each car sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of Fijis sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 21. 
    Norton has been offered a job as a magazine saleman. His base wage is $560 per week, plus $80 for each magazine sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of Pariss sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 22. 
    Oliver has been offered a job as a business advertising saleman. His base wage is $570 per week, plus $100 for each business advertising sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of Londons sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 23. 
    Paul has been offered a job as a computer saleman. His base wage is $580 per week, plus $110 for each computer sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of New Yorks sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 24. 
    Roger has been offered a job as a photocopier saleman. His base wage is $590 per week, plus $80 for each photocopier sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of Englands sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
  • 25. 
    Steve has been offered a job as a vacuum cleaner saleman. His base wage is $600 per week, plus $110 for each vacuum cleaner sold. Using 'W' for wages and 'n' for the number of Africas sold, write the equation for his wages in General Form (y=a+bx)
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