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2. Manuel plans to withdraw a certain amount of money each month from his savings account to make payments on a bicycle. For how many months should he withdraw $10 from his savings account, if he wants to withdraw at most $100? http://prntscr.com/8p0cb4

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    lets say that he withdraws money for m months so if he takes out 10$ each month money taken out in m months = m x 10 so \[m \times 10=100\]divide by 10 u get m=10

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    i label 10 on the graph?

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    yes

  6. Diana.xL
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    ty

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