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suppose admission to a carnival is $4.00 .you allow $3.00 for lunch and $1.00 for a sack . each ride is $0.80.you have $15 to spend . how many rides can you go on

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  1. anonymous
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    can you graph it to

  2. anonymous
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    $15-$4-$3-$1=$7 to spend on rides. $7/$0.80 per ride=8.75 so you can go on a total of 8 rides.

  3. anonymous
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    so how would you graph it

  4. anonymous
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    i'm not sure how to or why you would graph this...

  5. anonymous
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    like this is the way to graph it i will draw it

  6. anonymous
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    |dw:1328676619762:dw|

  7. anonymous
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    ok, one second.

  8. anonymous
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    ok

  9. anonymous
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    is there any sign

  10. anonymous
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    yes or no

  11. anonymous
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    is this

  12. anonymous
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    |dw:1328676678214:dw|

  13. anonymous
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    like that?

  14. anonymous
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    thank you

  15. anonymous
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    your welcome

  16. anonymous
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    what the equation

  17. anonymous
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    what do you mean?

  18. anonymous
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    (15-4-3-1)/.80

  19. anonymous
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    like < this sign and the number

  20. anonymous
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    like x<0

  21. anonymous
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    i don't really know what you're asking.

  22. anonymous
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    define the varible

  23. anonymous
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    what variable?

  24. anonymous
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    form the question

  25. anonymous
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    that you gave me the answer for

  26. anonymous
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    i already gave it to you...X=(15-4-3-1)/.80 X is number of rides.

  27. anonymous
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    ok

  28. anonymous
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    can on a question

  29. anonymous
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    a card printer charges $5.00 to set up a job and additional $4.00 per box of 100 cards printed.what is the greastest number of boxes you could have printed for under $100

  30. anonymous
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    can you help me with this one

  31. Hero
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    yawn, so sleepy

  32. anonymous
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    sorry

  33. Hero
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    Can this wait until tomorrow?

  34. anonymous
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    okay

  35. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    see you tomorrow

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