Use the table below, which gives the cost (C) of n bags of fertilizer, to decide which of the following statements are true.
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It looks like A. the n-values are evenly spaced.
B. looks like there is a constant difference
Im not exactly sure about C. and D. here.
Constant means unchanging.
From \(\large\rm 18.75\) to \(\large\rm 25\) we saw a change of \(\large\rm 6.25\) but
from \(\large\rm 25\) to \(\large\rm 29.50\) we saw a change of \(\large\rm 4.50\).
Uh oh, the space between the C(n)'s isn't staying constant, right?
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yeah not constant
So that makes B `not` true.
Which automatically makes C `not` true because it's talking about a specific constant value.
For the function to be linear,
`C(n) needs to have constant differences.`
So what can you say about D?
So if there not staying constant then its not true?
Correct :) So D must be `not` true as well.
@zepdrix A. looks like it true?
Yah good job!
@zepdrix Yeah only A., now for something to be linear it has to be constant? In order to be a straight line. For this problem I think it would be C. because the average rates of change are not constant?