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anonymous
 5 years ago
the pep club is going to sell bouquets of flowers during the homecoming game. they represent their revenue R and costs C with the following equations.
R = 5.50x C=250+1.25x x is the number of bouquets
What is the y intercept for each equation? What information does it represent in this Context?
anonymous
 5 years ago
the pep club is going to sell bouquets of flowers during the homecoming game. they represent their revenue R and costs C with the following equations. R = 5.50x C=250+1.25x x is the number of bouquets What is the y intercept for each equation? What information does it represent in this Context?

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The y intercept can be found when you set x to zero. For the R equation, setting x as 0 would give you 0. For the C equation, setting x as 0 would give you 250. This tells you how much revenue/cost you start with before you sell a single bouquet. More specifically, this means that you have made $0, and that you begin with a $250 deficit.
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