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A 154-lb person burns 420 calories per hour riding an exercise bicycle at a rate of 15 mi/h. Write a function rule to represent the total calories burned over time by that person.

Can someone please help me???

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  1. 420 t

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  2. Thanks, can you explain why?

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  3. sure.

    It says he burns 420 calories every hour
    so in 1 hour, 420
    in 2 hours , 840 etc

    The rest is just babble intended to confuse the enemy (student)

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  4. ok thanks a bunch! (=

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  5. Thank you Damon!!!😊

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  6. thank you

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  7. Thank you Damon! you're a legend.

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  8. What does the function rule look like? I have the answer I just need the equation. Can anyone please help me?

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  9. the answer is y= -420x, it is negative because he/she is LOSING calories not GAINING them

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  10. the rest of the numbers, like 154 lb and rate of 15 mi/hr is just trying to confuse us. ignore that part

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