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OpenStudy (countryboy15):

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2 years ago
OpenStudy (countryboy15):

Give an example of an open equation. How can you use an equation to make a prediction from a pattern? Pizza costs $1.50 per slice. Use a table and an equation to represent the relationship between the number of slices of pizza bought and the total cost. 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): realy no help wow i really need it 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): There are 10 slices of pizza and each slice cost 1.50$ how much would you pay in total?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (countryboy15):

ok i got it but wb 1.Give an example of an open equation. 2.How can you use an equation to make a prediction from a pattern?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

$1.50x10= 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): you can use this equation to make a prediction of the total amount of money paid for ten slices of pizza 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): no i need help with giving an example of an open equation. and also how can you use an equation to make a prediction from a pattern? 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): it is not about the pizza its just other Q so can you help please 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): ohhh ok 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): ty and srry 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): 1.50 x (x) =15 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): for the open Q riight?? 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): yes 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): I just used x 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): k 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): U can use the equation to make and prediction by multiplying with whole number that can be a mathematical guess. 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): and this is for the last thanks so much i been waiting all day 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): ;) 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): wait what should i right in the pizza Q please @carsonce 2 years ago OpenStudy (anonymous): what does the question look like? 2 years ago OpenStudy (countryboy15): like 10x1.50$

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh ok so make it look like \$1.50x(Q) = 15

2 years ago