OpenStudy (flvskidd):

HELP Linda is putting money into a checking account. Let y represent the total amount of money in the account (in dollars). Let x represent the number of weeks Linda has been adding money. Suppose that x and y are related by the equation =+65030xy .

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OpenStudy (flvskidd):
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OpenStudy (flvskidd):
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OpenStudy (flvskidd):

@sweetburger

1 year ago
OpenStudy (flvskidd):

@phi

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OpenStudy (flvskidd):

@snowflakelove15

1 year ago
OpenStudy (legomyego180):

So, Linda already had $650 dollars in her account, but the question isnt asking you how much she already had. Its asking how much she's getting per week

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OpenStudy (legomyego180):

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OpenStudy (flvskidd):

I cant see the third box

1 year ago
OpenStudy (legomyego180):

It just says what already in the bank. Lets say every week I give you $5. How can you tell how much money i've given you after four weeks?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (flvskidd):

multiplication

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OpenStudy (legomyego180):

right 4 times 5. If you wanted to tell how much I'd given you in nine weekd you'd do 9 times 5. If you wanted to find out how much I'd given you in 100 weeks you'd multiply 100 times 5 So you can see the 5 is always staying the same because I'm never giving you more, or less than $5. But the week does change...

1 year ago
OpenStudy (legomyego180):

so to represent that we just make a rule: I can see how much money i've made by multiplying 5 by however many weeks I've been working. Or How Much I've Made = $5 x Number of weeks. It's kind of annoying to write this out every time so we make a code system: y=how much money you've made. x=number of weeks you have worked So we can say: y= $5x

1 year ago
OpenStudy (flvskidd):

okay

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OpenStudy (legomyego180):

Last thing, lets say you already had $50 and you wanted to see how much money you had on top of what I was giving to you per week. You would do the same equation: y=5x but you would need to add $50 to it to get the total amount you have now. y=5x+50 See the pattern?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (flvskidd):

yeah

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OpenStudy (flvskidd):

so the change per week is 30 and the starting amount is 650?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (flvskidd):

dollars

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OpenStudy (legomyego180):

correct

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OpenStudy (flvskidd):

thx

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OpenStudy (flvskidd):

Can you help me with a similar question? @legomyego180

1 year ago