# A Concours d Elegance is a competition in which a maximum of 100 points is awarded to a car on the basis of its general attractiveness. The function defined by the rational expression approximates the cost, in thousands of dollars,

A Concours d’ Elegance is a competition in which a maximum of 100 points is awarded to a car on the basis of its general attractiveness. The function defined by the rational expression approximates the cost, in thousands of dollars, of restoring a car so that it will win x points.

(a) Simplify the expression for C(x) by performing the indicated subtraction.(b) Use the simplified expression to determine, to two decimal places, how much it would cost to win 95 points.

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## C(x) = 9010 49(101 - x) 10 49

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## Intermediate Algebra

**ISBN:** 9780134895987

13th Edition

**Authors:** Margaret Lial, John Hornsby, Terry McGinnis

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**6**Section: Exercises 6.2

Problem: 97

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