# Some HELP MATH PROBLEM!!!!?

Amir’s checking account charges a \$9.75 monthly service fee and a \$0.12 per check fee. If Amir writes 15 checks per month, should he switch to a checking account that charges an \$11.50 monthly service fee and no per-check fee?

A.Yes because his monthly fees are currently greater than \$11.50

B. No because his monthly fees are currently less than \$11.50

C. Yes because his monthly fees are currently less than \$11.50

D. No because his monthly fees are currently greater than \$11.50

• Fazaldin A
10 hours ago

Monthly charges = \$9.75

Fee for 15-checks = 15*0.12 = \$1.80

Total charges = 9.75+1.80 = \$11.55

A.Yes because his monthly fees are currently greater than \$11.50

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• Anonymous
10 hours ago

The answer is A. Because his current plan charges 9.75+(.12*15)=\$11.55 per month while the other service charges a flat rate of \$11.50 per month 5 cents less so A he should switch

• ThoughtsOfAnEngineer
10 hours ago

Well which is less?

Amir can either pay 9.75 + 0.12(15) or he can pay a flat rate of 11.50

well 9.75 + 0.12(15) = 11.55

Since 11.55 is more than 11.50, he should switch to the 11.50 plan to save himself some money

A

• Tommy Slick
10 hours ago

y = monthly fee, x = number of checks

1st account equation:

y = 0.12x + 9.75

2nd account equation:

y = 11.5

15 checks for 1st account:

y = 0.12(15) + 9.75

= \$11.55

A. Yes because his monthly fees are currently greater than \$11.50

• Paul
10 hours ago

A) ===> Currently he spends 9.75 + (.12)*15 = 9.75 + 1.80 = 11.55; he’d save \$.05 a month by switching