# Math

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Write a brief scenario that can modeled with a linear equation. AND
Summarize a situation modeled by a quadratic equation.

I am completly lost with these two questions. I understand the difference between these two functins but don't know how to come up with a scenario or a situation.

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auto range vs gasoline in the tank. Linear

postion of a baseball just hit off the bat: quadratic

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Ok. Can you explain how this is so? Just so I know and understand.

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