**To rent tablecloth from a rental vendor, there is an initial charge of $40. There is an additional charge of $5 per circular tablecloth (c) and $3.50 per rectangular tablecloth (r). Which of the following represents the total cost (T) to rent tablecloths?**

5r + 3.5c - 40 = T

5c + 3.5r + 40 = T

5c + 3.5r - 40 = T

5r + 3.5c + 40 = T

*Correct Answer : B*

From the given scenario:

Initial charge is $40

Additional charge per circular cloth=$5c

Additional charge per rectangular cloth=$3.50r

Total cost = additional charge per circular rectangular cloths + Initial charge

Total cost, T = 5c + 3.5r + 40

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