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**Step 1:**

Earnings = $40/hour; Tutoring k = 5 hours

**Step 2:**

Earnings in 5 hours E = 40k = 40 × 5 = $200

**Step 1:**

Number of books = B(y) = y −16; y = 30

**Step 2:**

Number of books = B(30) = y −16 = 30 −16 = 14

**Step 1:**

Amount Stacy has A(z) = z + 45 = 136

**Step 2:**

z + 45 − 45 = 136 – 45 = 91

So z = 91

**Step 1:**

Total bill amount A(x) = 3x = $135

**Step 2:**

$\frac{3x}{3}$ = $\frac{$135}{3}$

So x = $45

**Step 1:**

Total amount T(h) = 8h; h = 6 hours

**Step 2:**

T(h) = 8h = 8 × 6 = $48

So T(6) = $48

**Step 1:**

Plant height = H(n)= 48 + n; n = 21 months

**Step 2:**

H(n) = 48 + n = 48 + 21 = 69 inches

So H(21) = 69 inches

**Step 1:**

Amount, A(x) = x + $64; x = $8

**Step 2:**

A(x) = x + $64 = $8 + $64 = $72

So A(8) = $72

**Step 1:**

Cups of flour, C(y) = y + 4 cups; y = 6

**Step 2:**

C(y) = y + 4 = 6 + 4 = 10

So C(6) = 10 cups

**Step 1:**

Amount, A(n) = 12n; n = 8

**Step 2:**

A(n) = 12n = 12 × 8 = $96

So A(8) = $96

**Step 1:**

Number, N(x) = x + 16; x = 12

**Step 2:**

N(x) = x + 16 = 12 + 16 = 28

So N(12) = 28

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