algebra ll
posted by Anonymous .
if wrong corrcet and show work please.use two ordered pairs to write a prediction equation. then use your prediction equation to predict the number of comic books sold when the price is $4.50. my answer is y equals 28 minus 27 equals 1

Without seeing the (price vs number sold) prediction equation, or your ordered pairs, I have no way of knowing if your answer is correct or not.
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