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A local radio station sponsors a T-shirt toss and floppy hat drop during home pro basketball games. The T-shirts cost the radio station $4 each, and the hats cost $8 each.

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A local radio station sponsors a T-shirt toss and floppy hat drop during home pro basketball games. The T-shirts cost the radio station $4 each, and the hats cost $8 each.

a.The promotional cost C for the radio station depends on the numbers of shirtss and hatsh given away at the game. Write a rule expressing C as a function of s and h.

b. How will the radio station's cost change as the number of shirts given away increases? How will cost change as the number of hats given away increases?

c. Suppose the radio station has budgeted $1500 per game. Write an equation that will show many shirts and hats the radio station can give away for $1500?"

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Rewrite your equation from Part c to express s as a function of h.

e. List 4 solutions to your equation from Part d. Explain what the slope and s-intercept of this linear function tell you about the situation.