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For the first month= $50 + $18 ($50 is a one-time fee) Second month = $18 Third month= $18 and so on, till the last month.
Don't I continue to add 18 each month?
No, not in a monthly table.
So... it's just going to be 18 each month.
Thank you! can you help with another problem?
Sure I will try.
b) Suppose you earn $5.50 an hour working at the plant nursery on weekends. Given your table of values in part a, write an equation to represent how many hours you would have to work to pay for the first year of video streaming service.
|dw:1437114966293:dw| Was this what you meant my graph should look like?
it continues on all the way to 12 months
Table should start with '1' in the month column and not '0'. The fee charged in the First month will be $50 + $18.
And yes $18 all the way to 12th month.
Kay this is the second question b) Suppose you earn $5.50 an hour working at the plant nursery on weekends. Given your table of values in part a, write an equation to represent how many hours you would have to work to pay for the first year of video streaming service.
The table it's referring to is the one you helped me with
Okay. You have to find out the number of hours needed to work to pay the fees for one year service.
In which case you have to calculate the total fees of one year by adding the contents of table.
Can you tell what is the total fee for one year?
You have to pay the total yearly fee which also includes $50. Hence, $266.
So I solve for h, the number of hours?
Yes. Could you do that?
If I round it to a whole number it would b 48hours
What is the equation you used for arriving at this result?
Yes. It's the correct equation. And the question is asking for the equation only.
The next one ask for h. Thank you! Your a life saver