Car Rental Cost. To rent a car, the Acme Rental Company charges $39.95 per day plus $0.20 per mile. There is also a $20 surcharge if the car is rented at the airport. Let y bethe total cost of a rental, x1 the number of days rented, and x2 the number of miles driven. a. If the car is rented from Acme at the airport, obtain the equation that expresses y in terms of x1 and x2. b. What are the values of b0, b1, and b2? c. How much does the total cost change if a car is rented an additional day, but the mileage driven does not change? d. What is the cost of renting an Acme car for 5 days and driving 500 miles?

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Car Rental Cost. To rent a car, the Acme Rental Company charges $39.95 per day plus $0.20 per mile. There is also a $20 surcharge if the car is rented at the airport. Let y bethe total cost of a rental, x1 the number of days rented, and x2 the number of miles driven.

a. If the car is rented from Acme at the airport, obtain the equation that expresses y in terms of x1 and x2.

b. What are the values of b0, b1, and b2?

c. How much does the total cost change if a car is rented an additional day, but the mileage driven does not change?

d. What is the cost of renting an Acme car for 5 days and driving 500 miles?

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