I believe one needs more information. What is the meaning of the values in the 2nd and 3rd columns?
I do not know how to help mey daughter with her "The Cell Phone Dilemma" worksheet which asks her to create an equation offering the following info:
"You are going to buy a new cell phone. You are trying to decide between the ne IPhone 5 or the older model but still quite nice, IPhone 4. The following chart is the data given to you to help you make your decision.
PRICE IPhone4 IPhone5
$100 3000 0
$200 2400 400
$400 1200 1200
$600 0 2000
Write equations algebraically for each situation. You must show your work for this process.
Can someone help expalin to me how to equate an equation with these figures so that I can help my daughter?
The first column is "Price" and states:
The second column is quantity available for Iphone4, and states:
The third column is quantity for Iphone5, and states:
Thank you SO very MUCH!
"You are going to buy a cell phone. YOu are trying to decide between the new Iphone5 or the older model but still quite new, Iphone 4. The following chart is the data you have to make your decision.
Write equations algebraically for each situation. You must show your work for this process."
There seems to be a linear relationship between price and quantity for each phone.
Seek an equation in the form of y=mx+c where m is the change in quantity per $100 and c is the quantity at $0.