## It is a new year and so John Urschel wants to join a gym. There are two plans he could purchase. Plan A has a \$120 sign-up fee and cos

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It is a new year and so John Urschel wants to join a gym. There are two plans he
could purchase. Plan A has a \$120 sign-up fee and costs an additional \$30 per
month. Plan B costs \$75 per month with a signup fee of \$15. Which system of
equations bests models this situation?
Fun Fact: John Urschel played professional football for the Baltimore Ravens. He
retired so he could go back to school to study more math.

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equations that best models this situation are

y = 30x + 120

z = 75x + 15

Step-by-step explanation:

Let x represent the number of months for which John Urschel wants to use either plans of the gym.

Let y represent the total cost of using plan A for x months

Let z represent the total cost of using plan B for x months.

Plan A has a \$120 sign-up fee and costs an additional \$30 per

month. This means that the total cost of using plan A for x months is expressed as

y = 30x + 120

Plan B costs \$75 per month with a signup fee of \$15. This means that the total cost of using plan B for x months is expressed as

z = 75x + 15