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anonymous

  • one year ago

The sequence below represents Marisa’s fine at the library for each day that she has an overdue book: $0.50, $0.65, $0.80, $0.95, $1.10, ... Which equation represents Marisa’s library fine as a function of a book that is n days overdue?

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  1. Defiance
    • one year ago
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    @destiny5

  2. Defiance
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    hiii!!!!!

  3. Defiance
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    Lets say "x" represents the amount of money due.

  4. anonymous
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    hi @Defiance

  5. Defiance
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    The equation would be "x" + $0.15

  6. Defiance
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    Cause each day, the overdue charge is $0.15 over "x"

  7. anonymous
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    a. f(n) = 0.15n b. f(n) = 0.50n c. f(n) = 0.15n + 0.35 d. f(n) = 0.50n + 0.15 @Defiance

  8. Defiance
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    I think it's A. Lemme check it real quick @satellite73

  9. Defiance
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    Oh he's off.

  10. Defiance
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    I gtg,

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