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8. A company manufactures and sells video games. A survey of video game stores indicated that at a price of $71 each, the demand would be 200 games, and at a price of $31 each, the demand would be 600 games. If a linear relationship between price and demand exists, which of the following equations models the pricedemand relationship?
(Let x represent the price per video game and y represent the demand.)
@Coolsector all I need is that formula you gave me earlier
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8. A company manufactures and sells video games. A survey of video game stores indicated that at a price of $71 each, the demand would be 200 games, and at a price of $31 each, the demand would be 600 games. If a linear relationship between price and demand exists, which of the following equations models the pricedemand relationship? (Let x represent the price per video game and y represent the demand.) @Coolsector all I need is that formula you gave me earlier
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CoolsectorBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
we have two "points" (71,200) , (31,600) so the slope m is given by (600200) / (3171) = 10 using y=y1+m(xx1) we get y = 200 10x +710 y = 10x + 910
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sarahlikewoeBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Hmph I wanted to try it for myself. :p But thanks for the answer :D
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CoolsectorBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
ok im sorry didnt know what you really need
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sarahlikewoeBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Oh well thanks anyhow :)
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