anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
http://prntscr.com/8i022g I just need you to help me write a word problem like this example and i will solve it
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abdullah1995
  • abdullah1995
do you need the word problem for practice or is it the actual homework?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
actual hw ;-;
abdullah1995
  • abdullah1995
what if i change the values and make it a loss instead of profit lol. will it work?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea it will work
abdullah1995
  • abdullah1995
Because of extreme winter, people were not renting cars to avoid accidents.The manager of car rental decided to keep track of his loses. During the first week of the winter, an estimated $5000 were lost. During the second week, the loss held up to $5000. However in the third week the loss grew to $8000 and in the fourth week it hit all time high with a value of $10000. Using a to represent the weeks and b to represent the loses, create a mapping diagram to represent the relation.
abdullah1995
  • abdullah1995
will that work?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes tysm!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can u write one more with the next example i post?
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://prntscr.com/8i04d0 This is the next example.
abdullah1995
  • abdullah1995
alright i can try :-)
abdullah1995
  • abdullah1995
Tom decided to go on a long drive from Toronto, Canada to Virginia, US. He calculated that he would complete the journey in 4 legs, taking a 2 hour break in between his driving. Tom also calculated that for leg#1 he would require 50 liters of gasoline to travel 300 km. For leg#2 he would require 60 liters of gasoline to travel 260 km while leg#3 would require 30 liters to travel 150 km. Finally he calculated that he would require 10 liters of gasoline to travel 80 km all the way to his grandma's house. Using x to represent the number of kilometers and y to represent the amount of gasoline, create a table of values to represent this relation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tysm!! :))
abdullah1995
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no worries ;)

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