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A toll bridge charges $1.00 for passenger cars and $2.25 for other vehicles. Suppose that during daytime hours, 55% of all vehicles are passenger cars. If 20 vehicles cross the bridge
during a particular daytime period, what is the resulting expected toll revenue? [Hint: Let X = the number of passenger cars; then the toll revenue h(X) is a linear function of X.]
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A toll bridge charges $1.00 for passenger cars and $2.25 for other vehicles. Suppose that during daytime hours, 55% of all vehicles are passenger cars. If 20 vehicles cross the bridge during a particular daytime period, what is the resulting expected toll revenue? [Hint: Let X = the number of passenger cars; then the toll revenue h(X) is a linear function of X.] 2$

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