anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Orio and Ted buy an equal number of comic books every month. The following equation shows the number of comic books, y, that Orio has after x months: y = 2x + 15 The following graph shows the number of comic books, y, that Ted has after x months: Graph shows Months on x axis and Number of Comic Books on y axis. The scale on x axis is shown from 0 to 5 at increments of 1. The scale on y axis is shown from 0 to 14 at increments of 2. The title of the graph is Teds Comic Books. A straight line is shown which joins the ordered pair 0, 6 and 4, 14 After 2 months, how many more comic books does Orio have than Ted? 1 2 4 9
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Michele_Laino
  • Michele_Laino
from your data, we can write the function which represents the number of comic books wich Ted has after x months. In order to do that, we can write: y-6=m(x-0), namely the line whose slope is m and which passes at point (0,6). Now the slope m is given by the subsequent computation: \[\Large m = \frac{{14 - 6}}{{4 - 0}} = ...\] please complete continue

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oops..please continue
anonymous
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so what is the answer? @Michele_laino

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