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The total number of hats h(w) Ms. Sutton knitted is a function of the number of weeks w since she decided to sell them at a craft fair, as shown in the table. The function is a linear function. What does the slope of the function represent? This table is of a function. A. Ms. Sutton knits 2 hats per week. B. Ms. Sutton knits 4 hats per week. C. Ms. Sutton knits a hat every 2 weeks. D. Ms. Sutton knits a hat every 4 weeks
I'm pretty sure the answer is B? well it may be wrong
no look: each 2 weeks 4 knits add. thus for for 1 week she knits 4/2=2 . 2 =>4 thus 2 knits per wekk
The slope is 2 so each time the week goes up by 1, the number of hats goes up by 2. Does any option match that?
When you chose B, you were looking at the increase in hats, thinking that was every week. If you look at the table and at the w values, you will see that they increase by 2. So, 4 hats, yes. But, over a two-week period. That would be 4/2 or 2 hats which is the slope.
so its C
A. Ms. Sutton knits 2 hats per week. Remember, the slope is 2 or 2/1. As 1 week goes by, 2 hats are made.
I said a i thought you said it wasn't right. Thank you
This is the one that was not right: >> I'm pretty sure the answer is B? well it may be wrong
Read back through the thread.