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The office manager of a small office ordered 120 packs of printer paper. Based on average daily use, she knows that the paper will last about 40 days. What graph represents this situation? How many packs of printer paper should the manager expect to have after 10 days?

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either 2 or 3 again it is hard to read

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even more close up
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oh after 10 days got it used 120 in 40 days, so uses \(\frac{120}{40}=3\) per day in ten days will use 30 so starting with 120 in ten days will have 90
go with the one that says 90 packs in ten days
a and c both say 90 packs hmm
but A goes up right? it should be B then
i mean C
C :)
A has the right number but the wrong graph go with C

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