Okay, so I'm using a book that is the WORST book I've ever seen for graphs and examples. They tend to START with a graph with everything filled out and so much junk on them that you can't tell what you get at the start of the problem and what they filled in.
I've attached a print out of the problem I'm working on. The 'help me solve this' and 'view an example' are NOT helping.
What I need is a restructuring of the diagram given with the problem so I can tell what they're talking about. Right now the numbers and the problem are about as clear as if you'd dropped random numbers and line cut outs into a box and shook them up.
Can anyone re-draw this for me so I can see what they're really asking?
Man I'm just done with this for awhile, I've spent 2 hours on six problems after spending another hour trying to get their video instruction to work, and that's after spending another hour reading the book and trying to work the examples!
I have no clue how I'm going to be able to handle the mid term or final this way, I am/was a 4.0 student and ended the semester with a 98% in college algebra, and I'm already asking for help in section 2.5 I suppose the online courses are just more difficult in general.
Oh, lovely, my calculator batteries just died and the dog just peed in the house. I'm going to call this a GOOD day.