• anonymous
I need to show a linear equation involving a seasonal pass of $219.50 and a daily pass of $21.95. I need to show my results in a graph while at the same time explain how I got my answers. Can you help?
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  • anonymous
I need some clarification. So you need 2 linear equations? If so, your graphs will be a) constant and b) positive slope. You can graph them easily on Excel. Or, MathGV (free program for PCs) or Grapher (for MACs). Before I can help you some more, I need extra info. :)
  • anonymous
I need two linear equations, one for the seasonal pass and one for the daily pass. I want to find out which one is more advantageous based on the number times per year i use the daily pass.

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