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anonymous
 one year ago
In a video game, Bob can score 3 points (x) or 4 points (y) by hitting targets. To win the game he must score at least 20 points. Which graph shows all the ways Bob can win the game
anonymous
 one year ago
In a video game, Bob can score 3 points (x) or 4 points (y) by hitting targets. To win the game he must score at least 20 points. Which graph shows all the ways Bob can win the game

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texaschic101
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.03x + 4y >= 20 disregard the > sign at the moment. We need to find the x and y intercepts of this graph. To find the x intercept, we sub in 0 for y. 3x + 4(0) = 20 3x = 20 x = 20/3 (for the graph, it is (6 2/3,0)  that is 6 and 2/3 To find the y intercept we will go ahead and put the inequality in y = mx + b form. 3x + 4y >= 20 4y >= 3x + 20 y >= (3/4)x + 5 In y = mx + b form, the m stands for the slope and the b stands for the y intercept. So our slope is 3/4 and our y intercept is 5....for graphing purposes that is (0,5) So map your points (6 2/3,0) and (0,5).....connect the points with a solid line because of the equal sign in the problem. Also, the your points will be marked with a solid circle. And since y >= 3x + 5....the shading will occur above the line. If you want to use your slope (3/4), start at the y int (0,5) and and come down 3 spaces, then go right 4 spaces...keep doing this and your should land on the x int. It should look something like this...and all that scribble is where the shading is. dw:1441902439463:dw
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