cassiepaulus
If the fixed costs remain constant in C = Ux + F, then when the value of U gets larger, what happens to the graph of the line going from left to right?
A.
It remains horizontal
B.
It gets flatter
C.
It gets steeper
D.
It remains unchanged
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which one do you think it is?
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tbh i hasn't seen any thing like this so imma call for more help @littlenugget @Jasmineflvs
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If the fixed costs remain constant in C = Ux + F, then when the value of U gets larger, what happens to the graph of the line going from left to right?
A. It remains horizontal
B. It gets flatter
C. It gets steeper
D. It remains unchanged
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i think its B
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Im not very goos at these types of questions, if anyone could help that would be awesome!
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since u is getting bigger it could make the rest flat
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I think B might be right so i'll give it a shot !
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alright ill extra check with my father so skip it for now unless it is due now
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Yes I think it's B
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@cassiepaulus skip the question for now i dont want you to get it wrong i need to check it out with a teacher
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What is a simple word that describes a consumer math function?
A. Finance charge
B. Interest
C. Rule for computing numbers
D. Square root
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no its C my bad
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ok @cassiepaulus A or C
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So Many ^ Tags leads to slow opening of a question. @thomaster Sir Please can you close some useless post here.
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Latex leads to slow opening of a question. Tags don't.
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Ok Sir