Last week, Hazel paid $32 to have $40 reports printed. This week, she paid $57 to have $100 printed. Assume the relationship is linear.
Which equation models the relationship between the numbers of reports,x, and the cost, y?
*PLEASE EXPLAIN, because I keep getting the same answer but it's not one of the choices.
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basically, you want to write two points
(40,32) and (100,57)
and write an equation for those two points
what have you done so far?
that's the thing, i can't find my answer in the multiple choice.