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    I Need Help setting up an equation using linear model

    Here's my information:

    You purchase a music store for $115,000. The estimated monthly revenue is $5500 and tje monthly costs are $3200.

    Here is the first question:

    -Let 'R' represent the revenue during the first 't' months. Write a linear model for 'R'.

    I am so tired, please help me set up this first problem so I can learn how to do the rest!
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    You earn 5500$ - 3200$ = 2300$ per month. So
    R = 2300 * t
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    Thank you! Can you also help me out with one more.

    Given information:

    - You purchase a music store for $115,000. The estimated monthly revenue is $5500 and expected monthly costs are $3200.

    The question is:

    -Let 'C' represent the costs during the first 't' months including the purchase price. Write a linear model for C.
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