2. MGSE9-12.A.APR.1 The amount of money a CEO has to put away each year to cover the possible cost of benefits, B, for her employees is B = 8x³ – 5x + 4, where x is the number of employees. The actual amount she spent on benefits, A, last year was A = 7 + 7x +3x. Any amount that is remaining, R, is put into a savings account. Write an equation that models the remaining amount of money from last year, R?

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2. MGSE9-12.A.APR.1 The amount of money a CEO has to put away each year to cover the possible cost of
benefits, B, for her employees is B = 8x³ – 5x + 4, where x is the number of employees. The actual amount
she spent on benefits, A, last year was A = 7 + 7x +3x. Any amount that is remaining, R, is put into a
savings account.
Write an equation that models the remaining amount of money from last year, R?

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2. MGSE9-12.A.APR.1 The amount of money a CEO has to put away each year to cover the possible cost of benefits, B, for her employees is B = 8x³ – 5x + 4, where x is the number of employees. The actual amount she spent on benefits, A, last year was A = 7 + 7x +3x. Any amount that is remaining, R, is put into a savings account. Write an equation that models the remaining amount of money from last year, R?

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