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CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!!! at the beginning of a 20 month period, stacie owns one clothing store. during that period, she opens a second clothing store in a different location, the table shows the total monthly sales of stacies clothing stores for the 20 month period. Table VVV 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20 3,5,4,6, 5, 12,16,22,26,32 What are two equations that model the data? what are the domain and range of each equation?

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well the range is of the first is 18 the range of the second is 29
Its a table, the top numbers are the X numbers and the bottom numbers are the Y

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2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20 is the domain
3,5,4,6, 5, 12,16,22,26,32 range
domain is the x value and the range is the y
as for the equation, im not so sure
I dont understand the equation either because its not a constant variable.
is this an essay?
or a multiple choice?
no its a problem in a book
no multiple choice or anything

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