AdiGirl:

Stella set up a business washing cars. She earned $80 in March. She is projected to earn 130% more in April. How much is Stella projected to make in April? $104 $184 $210 $234

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

@Vocaloid you think u can help me on this pls

4 weeks ago
Vocaloid:

question isn't worded well but they want 130% of 80 which is just (130/100) * 80

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

hmm thats weird thats the question that they are asking

4 weeks ago
Lonelyforever:

The equation shouldn’t work because I’ve done them like that what vocaloid said to help u and they have always worked

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

thx can u help me In another question??

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

um @Shadow u think you can help me in a question pls

4 weeks ago
Shadow:

Ah sure. This one seems answered so why don't you close this one and open up a new question. Feel free to tag me there (:

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

welp its this one

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

The graph below shows the fine that a college student pays to the library based on the number of minutes a loaner laptop is overdue: A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8. The values on the y axis are 0, 0.70, 1.40, 2.10, 2.80. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 0.70 and 4, 1.40 and 6, 2.10. These points are joined by a line. The label on the x axis is Minutes Overdue. The title on the y axis is Fine. Which statement best describes the point (0, 0) on the graph? No fine is paid if the laptop is returned 1 minute past due time. A fine of $0.35 is paid if the laptop is returned at the time it is due. A fine of $0.35 is paid if the laptop is returned 1 minute past the time it is due. No fine is paid if the laptop is returned exactly at the time at which it is due.

4 weeks ago
Shadow:

What do you think the answer is?

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

idk im lost on this one

4 weeks ago
Shadow:

Visualize the graph for a moment. They are talking about the point at (0, 0). This means that the x and y values are both zero. If x stands for minutes over due, and y stands for the fine being charged, then what does this mean for our point at (0,0) ?

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

ummmm I don't know

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

sorry not really good with graphs

4 weeks ago
Shadow:

Well if a point is at 0 on the x axis, that means it is not overdue, and if a point is at 0 on the y axis, it means that no fine is being charged.

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

I really need to practice more

4 weeks ago
AdiGirl:

so the last answer is the correct one

4 weeks ago