College Algebra
posted by Ashton
Suppose a major league baseball player has hit 7 home runs in the first 16 games, and he keeps up this pace throughout the 162game season.
(a) Express the number y of home runs in terms of the number x of games played.
(b) How many home runs will the player hit for the season? (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)
I have (a) as y=7x/16 but not for sure how to figure out (b)

bobpursley
slope=7/16
HR=7/16 * GamesPlayed
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