anonymous
  • anonymous
Julie is at the store buying groceries. She needs to get a quart of orange juice and some peaches. The quart of orange juice costs $2.25 and the peaches are $0.75 each. The function f(x) = 0.75x + 2.25 represents Julie's expenses at the grocery store. What do the f(x) and the x represent?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A:f(x) represents the number of items purchased at the grocery store; x represents the number of peaches purchased B:f(x) represents the total cost of the grocery bill; x represents the cost per peach C: f(x) represents the number of items purchased at the grocery store; x represents the cost per peach D: f(x) represents the total cost of the groceries; x represents the number of peaches purchased
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help @pooja195

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