KayHoo22
  • KayHoo22
Brian has 64 flowers for a big party decoration. In addition, he is planning to buy some flower arrangements that have 18 flowers each. All of the arrangements cost the same. Brian is not sure yet about the number of flower arrangements he wants to buy, but he has enough money to buy up to 5 of them. Write a function to describe how many flowers Brian can buy. Let x represent the number of flower arrangements Brian buys. Find a reasonable domain and range for the function.
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  • schrodinger
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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Show your work. How far have you gotten?
KayHoo22
  • KayHoo22
Umm.... I am just confused on how to write the function. I know how to do everything else, but I seem to not be able to write the function itself. Sorry...
KayHoo22
  • KayHoo22
Please help

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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Well, that is the problem, isn't it. Writing the function is the idea. If he buys 0 bunches, he gets 0*18 If he buys 1 bunch, he gets 1*18 If he buys 2 bunches, he gets 2*18 If he buys 3 bunches, he gets 3*18 If he buys 4 bunches, he gets 4*18 If he buys 5 bunches, he gets 5*18 If he buys 6 bunches, he gets 6*18 etc... Is that right?
KayHoo22
  • KayHoo22
Okay
tkhunny
  • tkhunny
You didn't answer my question.
KayHoo22
  • KayHoo22
Yes

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