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28 Powell, Keon A shop sells baskets filled with fruits and cookies. Each basket includes x fruits and y c represents the total cost, in dollars, of a basket with fruits and cookies. 1.10x+1.25y+3.45 What could the 3.45 in the expression represent? (A) the cost of each fruit (B) the cost of the basket
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