# SOLUTION: susie is going to purchase a new freezer. one brand costs \$1800 and estimates \$60 per month to operate. a more expensive brand costs \$2600, but only costs \$40 per month to operate.

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 Question 562756: susie is going to purchase a new freezer. one brand costs \$1800 and estimates \$60 per month to operate. a more expensive brand costs \$2600, but only costs \$40 per month to operate. a) write an equation representing the cost of each freezer in terms of months owned. Answer by issacodegard(60)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Hi, let x be the number of months of operation. Let the functions f(x) and g(x) to be the costs of the first and second freezer respectively in terms of months owned. Then we have, f(x)=1800+60x g(x)=2600+40x