THE 12¢ OR THE 18¢ PREPAID PHONE CARD? - FINANCIAL MATH, SIMPLE MATHEMATICS, EXAMPLES FOR PERSONAL FINANCES
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8.2 WHICH IS CHEAPER: THE 12¢ OR THE 18¢ PREPAID PHONE CARD? - FINANCIAL MATH, SIMPLE MATHEMATICS, EXAMPLES FOR PERSONAL FINANCES
Card A charges you 18¢ a minute. To make a call from a phone booth will cost you a two minute charge to make the initial connection plus the per-minute charge for talking.
Card B charges you 12¢ a minute. To make a call from a phone booth costs you $1.00 to connect plus the per-minute charge for talking on the phone.
== For a one minute call: Card A = $ .54 Card B = $1.12 == For a five minute: Card A = $1.26 Card B = $1.60 == How about a ten minute call? Card A = $2.16 Card B = $2.20