SOLUTION: You need to choose between two telephone plans for local calls, plan A charges \$25 per month for local call, plan B has a monthly fee of \$13 with a charge of \$0.06 per call. How m

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 Question 549281: You need to choose between two telephone plans for local calls, plan A charges \$25 per month for local call, plan B has a monthly fee of \$13 with a charge of \$0.06 per call. How many telephone calls in a month make plan A a better deal?Answer by TutorDelphia(193)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Plan A: \$25 Plan B: Number of calls=n \$13+\$0.06*n Plan B will cost more than Plan A when \$13+\$0.06*n>\$25 \$13+\$0.06*n>\$25 -13 from both sides \$0.06*n>\$12 /\$0.06 from both sides n>200 Plan A will be cost less when your number of calls is more than 200 (so 201 or more)