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A movie store sells DVDs for $11 each. What is the cost C of n DVDs? Identify the situation as discrete or continuous.
a. C=11n;continuous***
b. C=11+n;discrete
c. C=11+n;continuous
d. C=11n;discrete
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Kaai97

C = 11 n yes but you do not buy a fractional DVD
so I think dposted by Damon

It is definitely D!
1. C
2. A
3. D
4. C
5. D
Lesson 4: Graphing a Function Rule: Unit 5posted by Mac N 🧀

he's 100% right
posted by Cheese lol ;P

Mac N is right!
posted by Nintendon't

no Mac N isnt right i tried those answer and i got none right. Just do your own math.
posted by connexus student

1.c
2.a
3.d
4.d
5.dposted by Jenna

Right
posted by Z

My math professor says it's D but I forgot how to figure out if something's discrete or continuous.
posted by Genesis
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