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Pregunta

A cab ride in a small town costs a base fee of \( ...

A cab ride in a small town costs a base fee of \( \$ 9.25 \) per person, plus \( \$ 0.75 \) for every mile. So the cost of a cab ride for one person can be determined by the equation \( y = 0.75 x + 9.25 \) , where \( y \) is the fare and \( x \) is the distance of the ride in miles. 

Step \( 2 \) of \( 2 \) : Use the graph to estimate to the nearest quarter of a dollar \( ( \$ 0.25 ) \) the cost of a cab ride for one person that is \( 8 \) miles. 

Answer

$15.25

Solución
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