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 A piecewise linear equation 2000-11-24 Jacky pose la question :There is a light bulb and it is given that the light bulb cost \$0.75 and the cost of operating it is \$0.0081 per hour. From the information give, I came up with the linear equation: Let c be total cost and Let h be hours used. Therefore: c = 0.0081h + 0.75 represents the total cost of the light bulb and the electricity. However, the second part of the question added the fact that the light bulb will only last for 800 hours. If the light bulb is replaced as soon as it burns out exactly after every 800 hours, how can I write an equation that represents that? Is it possible? What would it look like on the graph.Harley Weston lui répond.

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