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The yearly cost in dollars, y, at a video game arcade based on total game tokens purchased, x, is y =1/10 x + 60 for a member and y =1/5 x for a nonmember. Explain how the graph of a nonmember’s yearly cost will differ from the graph of a member’s yearly cost.

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  1. amilapsn
    • one year ago
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    The difference lies between 1/10 and 1/5 and 60.....

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ty

  3. amilapsn
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  4. anonymous
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    nvm

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    can you help me?

  6. amilapsn
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    Yes, as I told you by observing the equations of the graphs we can say they are different in slope as well as intercepts,ok?

  7. anonymous
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    k

  8. amilapsn
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    So that's it. The slope of the graph of the nonmember's yearly cost will be more than that of the member's yearly cost. (Because 1/5>1/10) The graph of the nonmember's yearly cost will go through origin, although the graph of the member's yearly cost will begin @ 60, k?

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