OpenStudy (diana.xl):

create two scenarios of your own that involve relations in real life. Describe the scenarios in detail, including a description of the two variables involved and data for each of the variables. Then create either a table, a mapping diagram, or a graph to represent the data in each scenario. Include at least three data points in your representation. Use a different way to represent the relation for each of your scenarios.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (diana.xl):

can someone just create two scenarios for me, and i will solve it?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (diana.xl):

The manager of Extreme Video Games keeps track of the profits the company earned after releasing one of its latest games. During the first week, the game profits were $15,000. In the second week, the profits grew to $22,500. In the third week, profits held steady at $22,500, and in the fourth week, profits grew to $25,000. Using x to represent the week and y to represent the profits earned, create a mapping diagram to represent this relation. This is an example!

2 years ago
OpenStudy (imqwerty):

4 years ago jhonny was twice as old as jane. Two years after he would be he would be 6years older than her:) find the current age of johnny and jane.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (diana.xl):

i dont think this is whats its asking, it should be something like the example above and i have to make a graphing diagram of the numbers.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

i think he is right

2 years ago
OpenStudy (diana.xl):

it has to be one like the example tho

2 years ago
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