cookiemonster:

herlp voc :)

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

@Vocaloid

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

Sal’s Sandwich Shop sells wraps and sandwiches as part of its lunch specials. The profit on every sandwich is $2 and The profit on every wrap is $3. Sal made a profit of $1,470 from lunch specials last month. The equation 2x + 3y = 1,470 represents Sal’s profits last month, where x is the number of sandwich lunch specials sold and y is the number of wrap lunch specials sold. Change the equation into slope-intercept form. Identify the slope and y-intercept of the equation. Be sure to show all of your work below:

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

2x + 3y = 1,470 solve this for y

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

2x + 3y = 1,470 -2x -2x 3y/3= (-2x+1470)/3 y=(-⅔)x + 490

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

what do you mean copy and pasting... why did you just first assume that. im working on this assignment in a doc.. i copy and pasted it here to make sure i was correct.

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

looks fine then.

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

now find the slope and y-intercept.

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

is this it? Slope-intercept form: y=mx+b, where “m” is the slope of the line and “b” is the y-value at which the line intercepts the y-axis of the graph, the y-value when x=0. m=(-⅔) b= 490

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

good, that's it

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

awesome :) thx

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

@Vocaloid ok now following the same like problem about sarah its just a different question but i answered it and i wanted you to check if its correct

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

Describe how you would graph this line using the slope-intercept method. Be sure to write in complete sentences. I would begin to graph this line by first putting appropriate numerical values on the y-axis and x-axis of my graph. For example, I know that when x is zero the y-value is huge. The y-intercept is close to 500. So, I would label my y-axis in 10 increments of 100 up to 1000. Next, I appropriately label the x-axis from 0-1000 in 10 increments 100. I would not include either the negative x or y values because it is not possible to sell negative sandwiches or wraps.The line on the graph represents the points at which the profit is $1, 470 for x amount of sandwiches sold and the corresponding y number of wraps that would have to be sold in order to reach that profit point exactly. The first point I would groph would be the y-intercept because I know, from the equation, (0,490) is the point at which the line intercepts the y-axis. The negative slope tells me that the y-values will be decreasing from the y-intercept to y being equal to zero. The -⅔ slope tells me that the y-values will decrease at a rate of 2 while the x-values increase at a rate of 3. I know this because I know slope is equal to the change in rise or fall in the y-direction over run in the x-direction.

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Looks fine to me Very detailed but good

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

ok great now i do need your help with the rest of the questions

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

i answered this one as well please check Write the equation in function notation. Explain what the graph of the function represents. Be sure to use complete sentences. Let f(x) be equal to the number of wraps sold to reach a total profit of $1,470 for which the number of sandwiches is equal to x sandwiches. Therefore, the function notation of this equation would be f(x)= (-⅔)x+490. The function f(x) represents the points along the y-axis at which the profit is $1, 470 for x amount of sandwiches sold. The y-axis values are number of wraps that would have to be sold to reach that profit.

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

@Vocaloid

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Good

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

ok now i need help with this: Graph the function using one of the following two options below. On the graph, make sure to label the intercepts. ~You may graph your equation by hand on a piece of paper and scan your work. ~You may graph your equation using graphic technology. Paste your graph below:

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

@Vocaloid

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

I mean, you have pretty detailed instructions in this post here

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @cookiemonster Describe how you would graph this line using the slope-intercept method. Be sure to write in complete sentences. I would begin to graph this line by first putting appropriate numerical values on the y-axis and x-axis of my graph. For example, I know that when x is zero the y-value is huge. The y-intercept is close to 500. So, I would label my y-axis in 10 increments of 100 up to 1000. Next, I appropriately label the x-axis from 0-1000 in 10 increments 100. I would not include either the negative x or y values because it is not possible to sell negative sandwiches or wraps.The line on the graph represents the points at which the profit is $1, 470 for x amount of sandwiches sold and the corresponding y number of wraps that would have to be sold in order to reach that profit point exactly. The first point I would groph would be the y-intercept because I know, from the equation, (0,490) is the point at which the line intercepts the y-axis. The negative slope tells me that the y-values will be decreasing from the y-intercept to y being equal to zero. The -⅔ slope tells me that the y-values will decrease at a rate of 2 while the x-values increase at a rate of 3. I know this because I know slope is equal to the change in rise or fall in the y-direction over run in the x-direction. \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Just follow the directions you wrote here and you should be good to go

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Try sketching this on paper and take a pic with your phone or something

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

but how do i like make the graph... i have to use a graphing website?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

It says you can draw it by hand and then scan it

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

ok.... so from what number to what number?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Again, read your directions

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

i have to do it from 0-1000?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

That's what it says

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

You don't need to calculate every single value, once you have two points you can just connect them in a straight line

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

I would recommend graphing your x and y intercepts first

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

(Once you have set up your axes that is)

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Need to take a break After you finish graphing, you can double check by plugging your function into wolframalpha.com

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

@Vocaloid ok can you atleast tell me what the function is so i can graph it

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

??? It's the same function you've already been working on

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

The one about the sandwiches You know, the one that you wrote that entire huge paragraph explaining how to graph?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Your answers so far have been great, I don't know why you're suddenly struggling with this

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Just follow the instructions (you know, the ones that you wrote) and you should be fine

3 days ago
Bearclaws72:

Good demonstration jesus

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Cookie what do you have graphed so far?

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

nothing im confused... what would be my function?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

The exact same function we have been working with for this ENTIRE problem

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

The one about the sandwiches

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

yes... is this it? y=(-⅔)x + 490

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Yes good

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

so let me see hold on let me insert that into where it says function

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=graphing&rawformassumption=%22FSelect%22+-%3E+%7B%7B%22Plot%22%7D%7D&rawformassumption=%7B%22F%22,+%22Plot%22,+%22plotfunction%22%7D+-%3E%22y%3D(-%E2%85%94)x+%2B+490%22&rawformassumption=%7B%22FVarOpt%22%7D+-%3E+%7B%7B%22Plot%22,+%22plotvariable%22%7D,+%7B%22Plot%22,+%22plotlowerrange%22%7D,+%7B%22Plot%22,+%22plotupperrange%22%7D%7D&rawformassumption=%7B%22C%22,+%22graphing%22%7D+-%3E+%7B%22Calculator%22%7D this is what it shows for the graph^^

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Take a screen grab and save it

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

is that what the graph should look like?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Then paste it into your problem

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

is the graph correct?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Take a screenshot of the graph not the URL

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

i knoww

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Does the slope and y-intercept match the equation?

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

well i think so the graph goes through the number 40 but then the x-axis ends at 10?

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

If the slope and y-intercept match the equation, then you should get good to go

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

*be good to go

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

right but how do i make sure that the match/

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Try adding "from x = 0 to x = 1000" to the end of the function line

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

im so confused i literally just want to know what the graph will look like

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

i dont know what to input in the blank parts ....

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Type your function into the input section Then write "from x = 0 to x = 1000" Then press enter

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

it doesnt let me put that

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

ughhhh

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

ill just draw it then how would i draw it

3 days ago
Bearclaws72:

Why did I click on this

3 days ago
Bearclaws72:

Im forever notified

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Again... if you want to do this by hand you have that entire paragraph of instructions

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

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3 days ago
cookiemonster:

like please just help me create it...

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Vocaloid \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @cookiemonster Describe how you would graph this line using the slope-intercept method. Be sure to write in complete sentences. I would begin to graph this line by first putting appropriate numerical values on the y-axis and x-axis of my graph. For example, I know that when x is zero the y-value is huge. The y-intercept is close to 500. So, I would label my y-axis in 10 increments of 100 up to 1000. Next, I appropriately label the x-axis from 0-1000 in 10 increments 100. I would not include either the negative x or y values because it is not possible to sell negative sandwiches or wraps.The line on the graph represents the points at which the profit is $1, 470 for x amount of sandwiches sold and the corresponding y number of wraps that would have to be sold in order to reach that profit point exactly. The first point I would groph would be the y-intercept because I know, from the equation, (0,490) is the point at which the line intercepts the y-axis. The negative slope tells me that the y-values will be decreasing from the y-intercept to y being equal to zero. The -⅔ slope tells me that the y-values will decrease at a rate of 2 while the x-values increase at a rate of 3. I know this because I know slope is equal to the change in rise or fall in the y-direction over run in the x-direction. \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

ok voc, i get that i have that paragraph doesnt mean i know how to draw it

3 days ago
cookiemonster:

plese i just want to finish this im nto great with graphs

3 days ago
Vocaloid:

Use the directions to determine what your tick marks labels should be

3 days ago