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Which of the following situations can be represented by a function with an infinite number of values in its range and only a finite number of values in its domain? A. The cost of a cell phone bill depends on the number of minutes spent talking on the phone. For one billing period, the customer has a maximum of 100 minutes to use. B. The cost of a cell phone bill depends on the number of minutes spent talking on the phone. Regardless of the number of minutes, the bill can be at most $100. C. The cost of a cell phone bill depends on the number of minutes spent talking on the phone. For every minute used on the phone, the cost is $.15. D. It is not possible for a function to have an infinite number of values in its range and only a finite number of values in its domain.

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C. The cost of a cell phone bill depends on the number of minutes spent talking on the phone. For every minute used on the phone, the cost is $.15. Hope it helps:)

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