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- The cost of renting a hall is $\$300$ plus $\$50$ per person. If the cost is represented by $C$ and the number of people by $p$,
an equation that models this scenario is $\cdots$?

- A hall can accommodate a maximum of $100$ persons. The cost of renting the hall is $\$350$ plus an additional $\$45$ per person.
What is the maximum amount the hall management can make any time they rent the hall?

- If a physical situation is modelled by the equation $C=-2h+35$, the significance of the $-2$ in this equation is $\cdots$?

- A cellphone company charges a monthly fee of $\$25$ plus an additional $\$2$ per hour of international call. With a budget of $\$53$,
how many hours of international call can a client make in a given month?

- Cellphone company A charges $\$30$ per month plus an additional cost of $\$0.02$ for every minute of local call.
Cellphone company B charges $\$25$ per month plus an additional cost of $\$0.025$ for every minute of local call.
After how many minutes will their charges be equal?

- A certain worker's weekly wage is given by $W=20h$, where $h$ is the number of hours worked each week and $W$ is the wage.
A possible interpretation of the $20$ in this equation is that $\cdots$

- A marketer gets a fixed salary of $\$2500$. There is an additional pay of $\$12$ for every person the marketer convinces to buy a product.
How many people does the marketer need to convince in order to earn $\$2800$ in a given month?

- Consider the equation $d=-2t+10$. A physical situation modelled by this equation could be $\cdots$?

- A person runs towards a building that is $5$ km away. The person's speed is $1.5$ km/h. At any hour $t$, let the person's
distance from the building be $d$. Then $\cdots$

- Two tutoring companies -- Prolific Tutors and Pacific Tutors -- charge $C=150+20h$ and $C=120+25h$, respectively.
$h$ is the number of hours of tutoring a student receives. After how many hours will their charges be equal?