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Can someone help please?

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    With

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    5) A parking lot charges $@ for each hour of portion of an hour, with a maximum charge of $12 for all day. If f(t) equals the total parking bill for t hours, sketch a graph of y =f(t) for 0≤ t ≤ 24. Determine the limits as t -> 3.5 and t -> 4 of f(t), if they exist.

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    I am not sure just be patient someone will come along to help

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    ok

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    I have always hated problems like this

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    @Luis_Rivera umm can u help me now?

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    Can you turn this into a written equation?

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    umm no

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    @Mertsj can u help?

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    Reread your post. How much is charged for part of an hour?

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    2 dollars

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    So for t hours, they charge 2t for t less than or equal to 6 because 12 is the maximum charge for the entire day.

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    yes

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    So your graph should show a $2 charge for 0<t<=1, $4 charge for 1<t<=2, $6 charge for 2<t<=3, $8 charge for 3<t<=4, $10 charge for 4<t<=5, $12 charge for 5<t<=6 and for t > 6 a constant charge of $12

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    i dont under stand can u explain it?

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    |dw:1359403089521:dw|

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    And so on. Complete the graph.

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    so it increase 2 dollars every time

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    Well I would say so since it is $2 per hour. If you park for 3 to 4 hours, it will cost you 8 dollars. If you park 1 to 2 hours it will cost you 4 dollars.

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    and how many hours will it go? or it just the matter of showing the amount you want in the cahrt?

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    What do the directions in you problem tell you? How many hours are you supposed to go?

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    well its saying for t hours so its says the last is 12 dollars so 5 or 6?

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    |dw:1359403483186:dw|

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    sketch a graph of y =f(t) for 0≤ t ≤ 24.

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    How many hours does it say?

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    24?

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    bingo

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    ohh okay thank you!!

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    yw

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