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A bottle of water costs \$1.50. Explain how you would make a graph of four ordered pairs to model the total cost of the water in terms of the number of bottles.

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1. Y = 1.5x
X = The # of bottles of water purchased.
Y = Total cost in dollars.

(x,y)
(1,1.5)
(2,3)
(3,4.5)
(4,6).

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2. A bottle of water costs \$1.50. Explain how you would make a graph of four ordered pairs to model the total cost of the water in terms of the number of bottles.

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3. idk i need help

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4. Bottles of water sell for \$1.50 each.

Graph the relationship between the number of bottles of water sold and the total cost.

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5. Bottles of water sell for \$1.50 each.

Graph the relationship between the number of bottles of water sold and the total cost.

Bottles Sold

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6. Make a table with inputs showing the number of bottles of water and outputs showing the total cost of the water. Use 1, 2, 3, and 4 bottles for the inputs. Find the corresponding outputs. Plot the ordered pairs in the table of the form (input,output).

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