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The graph below represents the running schedule of a distance runner, who is increasing the distance she runs each week. What is the distance she will run in the 9th week? A. 22 B. 21 C. 20 D. 19 i will post the graph (:

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  1. anonymous
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    Ok, so find the point on the graph that corresponds to the distance in the ninth week.

  3. anonymous
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    Ohh so you would like go to the ninth place on the horozontial mark and then go up until i reach the graphed part? rite?

  4. anonymous
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    But the graph confuses me for some reason bc the middle number is 16 not 15....

  5. anonymous
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    Indeed. Move 9 units (weeks) along the bottom axis, then find the point on the graph that corresponds to that value.

  6. anonymous
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    No, it's 15. The line going through it makes it look like a 16.

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    Ahhh i see. thanks (:

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    so then it would be 19. correct?

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    Yes, that looks about right.

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    Alrighty (: thanks then .

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