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According to a certain prediction equation, if luther's soap spends $20,000 annually on advertising, sales will be $10,000,000. If Luther's Soap spends $50,000 on advertising, sales will be $22,000,000 a) find the slope of the equation b) find the y-intercept of the prediction equation c) find the prediction equation d) predict the sales if $10,000 is spent on adverting e) predict the amount of money spent on advertising if $1,600,000 of sales revenue was generated

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