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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: # of orders in: # of orders out:
January (1) 3 3
February (2) 6 4
March (3) 9 5
April (4) 12 6

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- ganeshie8

here columns 2 and 3 represent the system.
what do you think happens when incoming orders equal the outgoing orders ?

- anonymous

When they equal they will increase

- ganeshie8

Think a bit, suppose you're eating 10 candies every hour. And somebody is throwing 10 number of candies each hour into your room.
How many candies will remain uneaten in the room ?

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- anonymous

10 x 10 which equals 100

- ganeshie8

Nope. There wont be any candies left in the room because you're eating all the candies

- ganeshie8

similarly when the incoming orders equal the outgoing orders, the warehouse would be EMPTY.

- ganeshie8

if that makes any sense..

- anonymous

i just need to find what the solution is and what it represents.

- ganeshie8

Look at the table, in which month do we have incoming orders = outgoing orders ?

- anonymous

@ganeshie8 I need help with this problem too. May I continue where you left off?

- ganeshie8

okay sure

- anonymous

The month you have incoming orders = outgoing orders is January

- anonymous

What is next?

- ganeshie8

Yes, so the solution to the system is (1, 3)

- anonymous

What does the 1 and 3 represent? I am confused

- ganeshie8

1 = january
3 = incoming orders = outgoing orders

- anonymous

This is actually the problem I am working on so can we work with this one please
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

- ganeshie8

so on ur problem, in which month the incoming orders equal outgoing orders ?

- anonymous

February so (2,4) right?

- anonymous

- ganeshie8

Correct!

- ganeshie8

the solution represents the month in which the warehouse is empty; because the warehouse will be empty when the incoming orders equal the outgoing orders

- anonymous

So the solution is 2, 4 and it represents what you said? Am I right?

- anonymous

- ganeshie8

Yep, rephrase it into your own and use as many sentences as you can.

- anonymous

Okay Thank you @ganeshie8 I will be sure to fan you.

- ganeshie8

yw!

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