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@whatdoesthismean A student needs to make a square cardboard piece. The cardboard should have a perimeter equal to at least 92 inches. The function f(s) relates the perimeter of a cardboard piece, in inches, to the length of its side in inches. Which of the following shows a reasonable domain for f(s)? 23 < s < 46 23 < s < 92 s ≥ 92 s ≥ 23

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Ok so it is AT LEAST 92. At least always means\[\ge \]

  2. anonymous
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    SO the only one would be C

  3. anonymous
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    Thats what I got also

  4. anonymous
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    Maggie has $32 in her money box. She plans to put $9 in her money box every month. If f(n) represents the total amount of money Maggie will have in her money box after n months, which of the following functions represents the relationship between f(n) and n? (1 point) f(n) = 9n + 32 f(n) = 32n + 9 f(n) = 41n + 9 f(n) = 9n + 41

  5. anonymous
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    But then don't forget that for the last question its regarding only one side, so its D Sorry i did not catch that

  6. anonymous
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    Ok so its not \[s \ge 92\]

  7. anonymous
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    n will always represent time 9 will be the coefficient because she is adding 9 per month, and 32 will be the constant because she already has that and NO it is not \[s \ge92\] it is D

  8. anonymous
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    Alrighty

  9. anonymous
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    Maggie has $32 in her money box. She plans to put $9 in her money box every month. If f(n) represents the total amount of money Maggie will have in her money box after n months, which of the following functions represents the relationship between f(n) and n? f(n) = 9n + 32 f(n) = 32n + 9 f(n) = 41n + 9 f(n) = 9n + 41

  10. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    So for the other question, to what I said above, what equation would be built

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    n will always represent time 9 will be the coefficient because she is adding 9 per month, and 32 will be the constant because she already has that

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    That makes sense

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1435961490166:dw|

  14. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    So A i think

  15. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Ok awesome

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