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Katlyn99

  • 2 years ago

Andy found these three ordered pairs for the equation y = 65x +250: (0, 250), (5,575), and (10,900). When he graphs these, what is the minimum range for the y-axis? 0 to 900 0 to 250 0 to 10 65 to 250

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  1. znimon
    • 2 years ago
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    Well the ordered pairs appear with the x coordinate first then the y coordinate, right. So which is the minimum y value?

  2. Katlyn99
    • 2 years ago
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    ok got it thanks my mind went blank for a minute..............:)

  3. znimon
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    Cool.

  4. znimon
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    What is the answer?

  5. znimon
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    If you want to check your answer "@znimon" me

  6. Katlyn99
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    its b

  7. znimon
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    Good job.

  8. Katlyn99
    • 2 years ago
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    :p

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