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Joy has been pulled over for speeding on a freeway. The faster she was going, the higher the ticket will be. True or False? The speed she was going is a function of the amount of the ticket. A. True B. False

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  1. x1xofxaxkndx
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    i wanta say a but.... i got jiged last time

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    i would say false

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    I would say true.

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    it is possible for her to get a speeding ticket of say $100 if she is going 70 and if she is going 71

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  5. zordoloom
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    Because it says function of speed to amount

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  6. satellite73
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    the price of the ticket is a function of her speed, but not vice versa

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  7. zordoloom
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    "The speed she was going is a function of the amount of the ticket."

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  8. ethompsonn
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    A!

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  9. satellite73
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    yes, that would mean her speed would be completely determined by the amount of the ticket, which is almost impossible

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  10. x1xofxaxkndx
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    it was b lololol

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  11. satellite73
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    speed is a continuous variable, the price of a ticket is discrete. there is no way that a continuous variable is a function of a discrete one

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