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The balance, f(x), in her account can be represented by the function f(x) = –1.50x + 40, where x is the number of meals purchased. Suppose –1.50 changed to –2.75. What does this mean in the context of the problem?

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  1. anonymous
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    sorry im stuck, i know someone who can help

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    A. Changing –1.50 to –2.75 means her initial balance has decreased. B. Changing –1.50 to –2.75 means her initial balance has increased. C. Changing –1.50 to –2.75 means the price per meal has decreased. D. Changing –1.50 to –2.75 means the price per meal has increased.

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    oh, ok now i can help

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    A or C

  5. anonymous
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    one of those

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    Thank you. I think I got it now. :D

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    No problem

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