Write the equation for the following situation: In one U.S. town, the annual consumption, s, of sugar (in kg per person) can be estimated by adding 30 to half the years, t, since 1975.
Then graph the equation and use the graph to determine the sugar consumption in the year 1991.
I have wrote the equation like this:
Equation:
s=(t-1975)/2+30
if t = 1991 then,
s=1991-1975/2+30
s=16/2+30
s=8+30
s=38
Is this right so far?
I am also having trouble graphing this equation.

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your equation is correct - in what way are you having trouble with the graph

I am having trouble setting the equation up to graph it.

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