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  • 4 years ago

a super market will pay you $5.50 per hour for working on weekends. what isthe fewest number of hours you can work and earn more than $60 a week? can you graph it to.

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  1. anonymous
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    \[5.50x\geq 60\] \[x\geq 60\div 5.5\]

  2. anonymous
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    is that the answer

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    that is the answer after you do the division

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    so did you get it

  5. anonymous
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    no but i can with a calculator

  6. anonymous
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    can you help me graph it

  7. anonymous
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    \[60\div 5.5=600\div 55=10\tfrac{10}{11}\] so i guess you could say 11 hours

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    i am not sure what you are trying to graph

  9. anonymous
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    \[y=5.5x\] maybe? a line through the origin with slope 5.5

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    |dw:1328673801784:dw|

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    there is no sign then

  12. anonymous
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    i want to graph the test piont

  13. anonymous
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    like thepiont for the inequalities

  14. anonymous
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    it like this

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    i will draw it the graph

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    |dw:1328674231413:dw|

  17. anonymous
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    graph on that

  18. anonymous
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    i am am sorry but i have no idea what this is

  19. anonymous
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    unless you mean graph all number bigger than 10.9

  20. anonymous
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    sorry for making you mad

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    |dw:1328674487802:dw|

  22. anonymous
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    i am not mad at all, just confused

  23. anonymous
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    i guess you mean start at 10.9 and shade everything to the right, because it says "more than"

  24. anonymous
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    that what i wanted graph like that

  25. anonymous
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    ok then make a number line. find 10.9 on it, and shade everything to the right

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    thank you for helping me

  27. anonymous
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    because 60 divide by 5.5 is about 10.9 yw

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    ok

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