Indeed it would!
You can do this a couple of ways. Since slope is rise/run, you can plot the points then count up or down then back or forth to determine slope. A method that always works is plug your points into this formula (hopefully I can write it so you understand:)) y (two) - y (one)/x (...
Look at it as 40% of what amount is $20. Percent/100 = is/of 40/100 = 20/x Multiply 20 by 100, then divide by 40 So, 2000 divided by 40 will give you your answer
You need 2 points on a line in order to determine slope.
It looks perfect:) Did you have another question?
As a teacher in a juvenile detention facility, I find this a very interesting question. All of my students are deceitful and a few are compulsive liars. Almost all are involved in drugs (biochemical). Some, though not all, are from "bad" homes (nurture). I find that ...
Are you trying to figure out how much each person gets? If so, you don't care how many people are involved, just take the amount and divide by the number of people who will split it. 72/4
Just divide the cost by the number of cans purchased and you will have your answer.
12 + 4n = 6(n - 2) 12 + 4n = 6n - 12 +12 +12 24 + 4n = 6n - 4n -4n 24 = 2n solve for n and you've got your answer!
14900-1250-750=12900 m will be monthly payment 12,900 = 60m 215 = m