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A different juice-bottling machine fills 800 bottles a minute. 9) Construct an x|y chart. Let y represent the number of juice bottles filled and let x represent the time in minutes. Find and include at least three ordered pairs in your graph. Include the ordered pairs when x is 1 minute, 20 minutes, and 60 minutes. 10) The domain for your function is 0 < x < 60 and the range is 0 < y < 48,000. Graph the number of bottles filled as a function of time that the machine runs. Assume that the machine runs for 60 minutes (one hour). Use units of 10 for the x-axis and units of 10,000 for the y-axi

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  1. 18jonea
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    Write an equation for your graph. @triciaal

  2. 18jonea
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    I got the first part done now i just have to do the last two parts

  3. 18jonea
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    The last part is Y=800x

  4. 18jonea
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    now i just need the second part

  5. 18jonea
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    Would i just graph it i am just unsure with the domain and range being put in

  6. triciaal
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    |dw:1443622921889:dw|

  7. 18jonea
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    would you include the dotted lines?

  8. triciaal
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    Use units of 10 for the x-axis and units of 10,000 for the y-axis

  9. triciaal
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    no this is a sketch so I did

  10. 18jonea
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    ok so i would just graph it normally

  11. triciaal
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    yes on your graph the lines are already there

  12. 18jonea
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    ok thank you so much

  13. triciaal
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    welcome

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