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Can someone be nice enough to help me please ?

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  1. wintersuntime
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    I have to create a table and a graph for this pattern

  2. wintersuntime
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    |dw:1440967541594:dw|

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

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    I need help on graphing and making a table

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    |dw:1440967901428:dw|

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

  7. wintersuntime
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    I need to create a table and graph for this pattern

  8. anonymous
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    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|

  9. wintersuntime
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    y 12,,15,18,21

  10. wintersuntime
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    because is going by 3

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

  12. wintersuntime
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    by what numbers can i go by

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

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

  15. anonymous
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    do you need more help with your graph?

  16. wintersuntime
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    yes

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

  18. anonymous
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    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.

  19. wintersuntime
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    okay then I have to plot the number from y ?

  20. anonymous
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    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|

  21. wintersuntime
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    0 is 6

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

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

  24. wintersuntime
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    *you

  25. anonymous
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    you're welcome :) happy to help

  26. wintersuntime
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    I would love to have you as a math teacher

  27. wintersuntime
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    lol

  28. wintersuntime
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    Is it okay if i tag you if i need more help ?

  29. anonymous
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    sure

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

  31. wintersuntime
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    *an

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