The table lists the total number of bags of grass seed it took to plant a certain number of lawns. All of the lawns were the same size Which equation represents the relationship between n, the number of lawns, and b, the number of bags of grass seed?
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That's above your grade level I thought. did you guys study the slope formula? y=mx+b?
you could also calculate m (the value it was decreasing by) by (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
can u just give me a proper explanation it is the last day of school and I need a good grade plz try to understand
ITs the Last day holy jeez what is your school system.
Anyways, for this one, I suggest drawing it out visually.
Draw a table.
what what equation.i don't see anything.
The table lists the total number of bags of grass seed it took to plant a certain number of lawns. All of the lawns were the same size Which equation represents the relationship between n, the number of lawns, and b, the number of bags of grass seed
I know the answer againe it is b=b.bn I need an explanation
wait b.bn is b multiplied by b and n?
\[b=b times n \times n\]
that is the formula
Are we assuming that these lawn things are square. it didnt say, and i don't want to assume