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(GIVE A MEDAL AND FAN) PLEASE HELP!!! Part A: Maria rented a coat at $285 for 3 days. If she rents the same coat for 6 days, she has to pay a total rent of $510. Write an equation in the standard form to represent the total rent (y) that Maria has to pay for renting the coat for x days. (4 points) Part B: Write the equation obtained in Part A using function notation.(2 points) Part C: Describe the steps to graph the equation obtained above on the coordinate axes. Mention the labels on the axes and the intervals. (4 points)

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  1. anonymous
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    @nerlineg @DaBest21 help please

  2. anonymous
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    help please guys!!!!! @DaBest21 @nerlineg @mathmath333 @Pinkflower guys!!!

  3. anonymous
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    i really need help on this please!!!!!

  4. anonymous
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    @EmilyF03 do u know what standard form is

  5. anonymous
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    no :/

  6. anonymous
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    are you there? @DaBest21

  7. anonymous
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    ok standard form is A*x+B*y=C

  8. anonymous
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    okayy so whats nexts?

  9. anonymous
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    is this flvs

  10. anonymous
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    yes :(

  11. anonymous
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    what lesson

  12. anonymous
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    03.11

  13. anonymous
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    k one sec

  14. anonymous
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    ok

  15. anonymous
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    B)f(x)=75x+60 C) To graph you would start at (0,60) and go up with a slope of 75 use intervals of 1 on the x axis and intervals of 75 on the y axis.

  16. anonymous
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    ill do a real quick one sec

  17. anonymous
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    OKAY

  18. anonymous
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    Let (3,285) and (6,510) reprsent the coordinate points, where x = number of days coat is rented for; and y = price of rental Given these 2 points, we could write the equation of the straight line. We need the slope. Slope = (510-285)/(6-3) = 225/3 = 75 So the slope is 75. So the equation of the line is y - 285 = 75(x - 3) y - 285 = 75x - 225 y = 75x + 60

  19. anonymous
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    THAT its for part B? right? @mathway

  20. anonymous
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    the above isnt standard form

  21. anonymous
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    @mathway it says standard form no variables can be on the right

  22. anonymous
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    −75x+y=60 is a correct standard form equation

  23. anonymous
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    and @mathway plz do not copy and paste answers from previous questions about this

  24. anonymous
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    its in the code of conduct

  25. anonymous
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    @DaBest21 so the correct answer for part B its: −75x+y=60

  26. anonymous
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    yes

  27. anonymous
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    @DaBest21 It is best to guide them first before giving the answers! and for your quetsion, I lost the connection, so I wasn't able to type it next to my last comment. :/

  28. anonymous
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    Remember that the standard form is ax+by=c

  29. anonymous
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    i know

  30. anonymous
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    and for part C the correct answer its: To graph you would start at (0,60) and go up with a slope of 75 use intervals of 1 on the x axis and intervals of 75 on the y axis. ???

  31. anonymous
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    1y=y

  32. anonymous
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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/5273395be4b077aaee84bc89

  33. anonymous
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    yes

  34. anonymous
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    oops forgot the to put the link. again due to the lost of connection. Are we clear now, NOT @DaBest21 ?

  35. anonymous
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    whoa calm down ok

  36. anonymous
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    potassium.

  37. anonymous
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    and for part A? @DaBest21

  38. anonymous
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    -75x+y=60 but if u want to be thechnical do -75x+1y=60 which changes nothing

  39. anonymous
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    i was directing the end of that not at u @EmilyF03

  40. anonymous
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    Part A: -75x + 1y = 60, Part B: f(x)=75x+60 Part C: To graph you would start at (0,60) and go up with a slope of 75 use intervals of 1 on the x axis and intervals of 75 on the y axis. <SO THATS the complete answers?

  41. anonymous
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    ??/

  42. anonymous
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    yes

  43. anonymous
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    thank you!!!! @DaBest21 and @mathway

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