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For part 2 of the assignment I have to analyze the cost of each option algebraically by developing algebraic equations with clearly defined variables...

For part 2 of the assignment I have to analyze the cost of each option algebraically by developing algebraic equations with clearly defined variables to represent the cost of each option. I think for option A is is right, but how do I go about an equation for plan B? Jack’s current cell phone contract is coming to an end soon and he is considering changing the current plan. He wants a basic plan with only voice minutes with nothing else. He has spoken to a representative from the cell phone company and told him for the past 2 years, on average, 720 minutes were used each month. Jack is considering making changes his current plan because he received a promotion from his place of employment that will require him to travel more and will be taking on more clients. He wants a plan that will be cost effective by avoiding overages, but does not want a higher priced plan if he is not going to use the minutes. The plan in question is the one he uses for work only and has a separate plan for him and his family. The two voice only plans Jack is considering:Plan A: 900 minutes for \$60.00 per month with roll over minutes, unlimited nights and weekends, and unlimited mobile to mobile. Each additional minute is \$0.40. Pan B: Unlimited minutes for \$70.00 per month, unlimited nights and weekends, and unlimited mobile to mobile. 1B.Plan A: c=60+.40(m-900)Equation used when there are minutes (m) used above the first 900 anytime minutes.c= the cost of the plan if the customer does not go over the allotted minutes or if the customer does go over the allotted minutes allowed.M=the amount of minutes over the first anytime minutes in the plan.Plan B:Equation for the unlimited voice talk plan.