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  1. jim_thompson5910
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    from part A, you should have f(x) = 85 + 15x or f(x) = 15x + 85. I think you posted that earlier

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    x is the number of charms f(x) is the total cost. y is the same as f(x) what you do is graph y = 15x + 85. This will be a diagonal line that slopes upward then graph y = 85 and y = 250. These two lines will be completely horizontal the intersection points will represent the lowest amount of charms able to be bought and the largest amount of charms

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    blank xy axis |dw:1439172486277:dw|

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    the f(x) function looks something like this |dw:1439172501346:dw|

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    |dw:1439172525036:dw|

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    |dw:1439172575585:dw|

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