Algebra
posted by cassie .
What association would you expect if graphing number of hours worked and money earned?
A.negative
B.linear
C.nonlinear
D.none of these
I think it is B..?

B. linear
only if your wage/ money earned is the same for every hour you worked.
the more hours you work, the more you earn
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