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Your boss hands you the monthly data that show the number of orders coming in to and out of the warehouse. The data are in the table below. Explain to your boss, in complete sentences, the solution to this system and what the solution represents. Month No. of orders in No. of orders out January (1) 2 3 February (2) 4 4 March (3) 6 5 April (4) 8 6

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  1. anonymous
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    @10115658 This question is not making sense to me.

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    @wio

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  5. acxbox22
    • one year ago
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    i think you are trying to find an equation that fits the table...?

  6. anonymous
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    @acxbox22 but it says explain in sentences

  7. anonymous
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    for every 2 orders that comes in a month one order goes out.

  8. anonymous
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    nvmd i misread the table

  9. anonymous
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    I think you are right it is just that what else could I explain about table

  10. anonymous
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    for every 4 months 20 orders come in and 18 orders go out

  11. anonymous
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    Ohhhhhh

  12. anonymous
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    it a weird question tbh

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Yea lol btw would that be the solution

  14. anonymous
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    nah that would probably be what it represents the solution is prettY much an equation that helps you use to figure out the table

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