Can someone be nice enough to help me please ?

- wintersuntime

Can someone be nice enough to help me please ?

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- wintersuntime

I have to create a table and a graph for this pattern

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- wintersuntime

I know its not a perfect drawing but this pattern is going by 3

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- wintersuntime

I need help on graphing and making a table

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- wintersuntime

For patio o is 6 and for patio 4 is 18 and for patio 5 is 21

- wintersuntime

I need to create a table and graph for this pattern

- anonymous

looks like you have everything you need for your table. Put the patio numbers in the x column and the number of boxes in the y-column.|dw:1440968089714:dw|

- wintersuntime

y 12,,15,18,21

- wintersuntime

because is going by 3

- anonymous

yeah and those are also the points you'll graph. Like (0, 6), (1, 9), (2, 12), etc.

- wintersuntime

by what numbers can i go by

- anonymous

the numbers are all pretty small. you can go by 1 or 2 on both axes

- anonymous

I guess 2s since you're going up to 21.

- anonymous

do you need more help with your graph?

- wintersuntime

yes

- anonymous

ok so let's say this is the grid we're going plot the numbers from the table on.|dw:1440968845976:dw|

- anonymous

by 2's on the y-axis, and 1's on the x-axis. Just because we can do that. You could have gone by 2's on both or by 1's on both. It generally doesn't matter as long as the scale makes sense.

- wintersuntime

okay then I have to plot the number from y ?

- anonymous

You need to use the numbers from both x and y.
The first point is (0, 6), so go to 0 on the x-axis and 6 on the y-axis and put the point where those lines meet.|dw:1440969231478:dw|

- wintersuntime

0 is 6

- anonymous

Do the same thing to plot (1, 9).|dw:1440969385429:dw|

- wintersuntime

oh I get it thank you so much your really a nice person and cool yo should be my teacher for math

- wintersuntime

*you

- anonymous

you're welcome :) happy to help

- wintersuntime

I would love to have you as a math teacher

- wintersuntime

lol

- wintersuntime

Is it okay if i tag you if i need more help ?

- anonymous

sure

- wintersuntime

Can someone be nice enough to help write and equation for this pattern

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*an

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