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During a winter storm, snow falls at a steady rate. At the start of the storm, there was already some snow on the ground from a previous storm. Let t represent time in hours, and let s represent the number of inches of snow on the ground. Which sketch models this situation?
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anonymous
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a. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1512000_1512500/1512483/1/0220f0636f3d22150087ce15a43ef4f9a40482f3/MS_IMC_080714_130213.jpg b. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1512000_1512500/1512484/1/a32321017873479a6304aa4a122dfa29f9f82349/MS_IMC_080714_130214.jpg
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c. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1512000_1512500/1512485/1/2a7761e3b951f33a744046219f6d35ad013d1af3/MS_IMC_080714_130215.jpg d. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1512000_1512500/1512486/1/144aede8a72af0c29097bc63e9020e8840f45da5/MS_IMC_080714_130216.jpg

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anonymous
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I think its a @Jack_Prism can you help with one more? XD
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these were the correct answers Joseph owns a store. One week, his store’s revenues totaled $4200. For the next 5 wk, his store’s revenues decreased by $120/wk. What is the slope of the line that models this situation? A. −5 B. −24 C. −35 --> D. −120
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last one During a winter storm, snow falls at a steady rate. At the start of the storm, there was already some snow on the ground from a previous storm. Let t represent time in hours, and let s represent the number of inches of snow on the ground. Which sketch models this situation? the answer is A. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1512000_1512500/1512483/1/0220f0636f3d22150087ce15a43ef4f9a40482f3/MS_IMC_080714_130213.jpg
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