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Your weight lifting class cost you a $10 fee up front and $5 per class after. Y = 5x + 10. Using the graph you drew for the equation, predict the number of classes you will have taken when you have spent $30. (Hint, start at the yaxis at 30 and move straight across to the line, then straight down.) Use a whole number.(Points : 1)
18. You join a paperback book club for $6 and then spend $3 per book. Y = 3x + 6. What is the slope for this problem?(Points : 1)
19. You join a paperback book club for $6 and then spend $3 per book. Y = 3x + 6. Wha
 2 years ago
Your weight lifting class cost you a $10 fee up front and $5 per class after. Y = 5x + 10. Using the graph you drew for the equation, predict the number of classes you will have taken when you have spent $30. (Hint, start at the yaxis at 30 and move straight across to the line, then straight down.) Use a whole number.(Points : 1) 18. You join a paperback book club for $6 and then spend $3 per book. Y = 3x + 6. What is the slope for this problem?(Points : 1) 19. You join a paperback book club for $6 and then spend $3 per book. Y = 3x + 6. Wha

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msloo
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1For the first two sentences, it's 4 classes. 18. The slope is positive 3. 19. It got cut off...? But if it's the yintercept, the y intercept is $6, the starting fee to get into the club.

AdeyNyx
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0You join a paperback book club for $6 and then spend $3 per book. Y = 3x + 6. What is the yintercept in the equation?
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