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Faman39

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  1. Faman39
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  2. cahit
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    ok what is yoour problem

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  3. Faman39
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    it is down below

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    @precal @Luis_Rivera @ghazi @amistre64 can you guys help me ?

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    @jazy can you able to help me with this?

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    @perl

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    @aaronq @AccessDenied @JamesJ @saifoo.khan

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    I need help badly @JamesJ :(

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    Well, I recommend you plot these points on a graph so you can see the relationship very clearly. That will help you a lot.

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    8 is a y and 6 is x, so?

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    You are told what are the x values and what are the y values. Draw the graph. This will help you see what's going on. That is the most instructive piece of help I can give you right now. I'm not going to give you the answer.

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    I am not looking for answer, i just dont understand how to do it, cuz i tried once and failed

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    @ksaimouli help me to solve it please

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    @jazy thank you for coming!

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    please help me to solve, i did once n i failed to do it correctly

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    Thank you for coming @ksaimouli!

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  17. ksaimouli
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    @Faman39 it is 6+8x initial=6 where as x represents number of minutes,

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  18. ksaimouli
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    u can check if u want to

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    let pick x=0 (6+0)=6 so our equation is right

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  20. Faman39
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    but what about total cost ?

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    Do not give answers! Normally I would delete this but I am going to leave it here and ask you to explain carefully how you arrived at your answer.

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    i meant call cost

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    how will i find it exactly

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    @Faman39 i gave the most of it it's time to figure it out by urself think think

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    @ksaimouli @JamesJ i just came to understand what was my mistake, so i dont make again in the future, i just didnt understand

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    you guys can see what i wrote

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    @ksaimouli, walk him through your process. Pottery Barn rule: you break it, you pay for it. Here it is this: You answer it, you explain it.

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    okay first they gave the initial value right no matter what that is constant so what is initial value in this problem @Faman39

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    6 cent

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    yup so 6 + in addition to that they provided --- cents for 1 min

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    we dont know what --- so i said x

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    let the ---- be x

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    so 6+8x

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    Do i have to make x 8?

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    total cost is nothing but adding those i think

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    they gave u the cost for certain min

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    I m just confuse how to find total cost in it

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    should i add this 6+ 8?

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    or have to do something differently

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    |dw:1360189237158:dw|

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    x- number of minutes and y cost

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    just adding this, right?

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    so my mistake is i put 20 over them

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    find total cost

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    this is the equation

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    yes

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    Thank you so much for helping me alot! Really, u are super amazing!

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    happy to know that :-)

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    And i m really sorry @ksaimouli and @JamesJ for troubling for this :(

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    @cahit thank you so much

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    all of you thanks alot, i really appreciate all of you for coming and helping me

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  52. ksaimouli
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    did u get the answer of what ur looking for

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  53. Faman39
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    I think, i got it, do you wanna check me ?

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    but i dont know completely, i can show you to be confirmed if you want to see

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